In accordance with the announcement by the Minister of Transport, Mr. Fikile Mbalula, Gautrain will expand its operations under the level 3 regulations.
We have amended the P3, H3 and J1 bus routes to assist in transporting medical services personnel working at nearby hospitals.
We will not compromise on our health and safety measures and remain committed to do everything possible to help contain and avoid the spread of COVID-19
On weekdays, buses and midi-buses will operate during the peak periods (06h00 – 09h00 & 14h30 -17h30).
To help ease the financial burden placed on many of our passengers due to the outbreak of COVID-19
We are pleased to advise that we will be extending Gautrain operating hours to commence at 05h30 from terminal stations until 19h00 (the last train from terminal stations).
On Monday, 04 May at 05h30, Gautrain will resume a reduced train and bus service after its services were suspended at the end of March due to the national lockdown.
In full compliance with this announcement by the Minister of Transport, Gautrain services (trains, buses, and midi-buses) will be suspended from midnight on Thursday, 26 March 2020.
Please note that refunds on Weekly & Monthly Products will be processed only once the Product has expired. If you want your refund to be processed before the Product expires, please block your Gautrain card on the website and then submit your claim.
Since the outbreak of Corvid-19, Gautrain has implemented a number of measures to help contain and avoid the spread of this virus. The following measures have been implemented and is ongoing: