How to Reach Pretoria
N1, N3, N4, N12 and N14 are the national highways leading from all over the country into the city or Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg is the closes international airport; you can take a taxi to Pretoria from there directly or walk to Isand (1.5kilometres away) and take the metro to the city. Gautrain travels between Pretoria and Johannesburg in 35 minutes at R49. The cheaper (R9) Metro Rail takes longer at 100 minutes.
Minibuses called combis are the favourite local transport option; all trips will cost about R12. Be sure to clarify that you are, in fact, going to be dropped close to where you want to go. Or else look for another combi. Hiring taxis is a good option and there are fairly reliable municipal public buses, once you become familiar with them.
Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Pretoria. The most preferred mode of transport in Pretoria is Car.
Average distance: 27.44 km Average time: 45.6 min
Car 90.79%Driving 44.9 min Walking 0.19 min Overall average time for 27.08 kms 45.09 min
Motorbike 1.32%Motorbike 30 min Walking 15 min Overall average time for 14 kms 45 min
Train/Metro 2.63%Train 32.5 min Other 15 min Waiting 7.5 min Bus 7.5 min Driving 7.5 min Walking 7.5 min Overall average time for 59.5 kms 77.5 min
Walking 1.32%Walking 15 min Motorbike 3 min Overall average time for 1 kms 18 min