You can find on this page the Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) in Gauteng - South Africa.
Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) train network is fairly extensive and connects the city to other parts of the country. Unfortunately, it does not reach some of the areas expats are likely to live in, such as Sandton, Rosebank and Randburg (see Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) train map).

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) rail map

Map of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) trains

The Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) trains. This railway map of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) in Gauteng - South Africa. The Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Metrorail Gauteng commuter rail system connects central Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) to Soweto, Pretoria, and most of the satellite towns along the Witwatersrand. The railways transport huge numbers of workers everyday. However, the Metrorail infrastructure was built in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) infancy and covers only the older areas in the city south. The northern areas as its shown in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) rail map, including the business districts of Sandton, Midrand, Randburg, and Rosebank, are served by the rapid rail link Gautrain.

A part of the Gauteng Provincial Government Blue IQ Project, Gautrain has made provision for a rapid rail link, running north to south, between Johannesburg and Pretoria, and west to east between Sandton and the OR Tambo International Airport as you can see in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) rail map. Construction of the Gautrain Rapid Rail started in October 2006 and as of August 2011, all stations were running except for Park Station in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) CBD. It consists of a number of underground stations, as well as above ground stations. Stations on the North-South line include Johannesburg Park Station, Rosebank, Sandton, Marlboro, Midrand and Pretoria. There is also a line from the OR Tambo International Airport travelling to Sandton via Rhodesfield and Marlboro. The east-west line from the airport to Sandton opened in June 2010 in time for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, while the North-South line opened on 2 August 2011, except for Park Station which will open at a later date.

Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) rail system was designed to alleviate traffic on the N1 freeway between Johannesburg and Pretoria, which records vehicle loads of up to 300,000 per day as its mentioned in Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) rail map. An extensive bus feeder system has also been implemented, which allows access to the main stations from the outer suburbs. This is the first new railway system that has been laid in South Africa since 1977. As of mid-2010, a high speed rail link has been proposed between Johannesburg (Joburg Jozi) and Durban.