The first station and pilot for the GO!Durban stations is currently being constructed on Shepstone Road.
The station will have level boarding to enable people in wheelchairs, parents with prams and the elderly to board the bus with ease.
What is GO!Durban?
GO!Durban is the term, and brand, used to refer to Durban’s very own Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network. The project involves state-of-the-art transportation, professional city planners and several other highly skilled workstreams collaborating to ensure that the project runs smoothly and that common goals are achieved within the designated timeframe.
GO!Durban’s transport plan has four main phases that entail the development of corridors. A ‘corridor’ is the term used for a main road or rail that connects two main suburbs. The bus or road corridors will also include feeder routes that transport people from the main road to suburb stations and direct lines that transport people from the stations to residential and business areas. Each phase has been carefully planned to generate world-class results within the designated timeframe. By 2030 the city will be completely transformed with stations, roads, rail and bus lines interlinked to conveniently connect different parts of the city.