From Joburg Online:
“The integration of Rea Vaya with the Gautrain and Metrorail at Park Station in downtown Joburg is expected to enhance public transport in the city. Passengers are now able to transfer from one to the other to get to their destinations more quickly, more efficiently and with less hassle. They can now catch the Gautrain from Pretoria, Sandton and Rosebank stations to Park Station, and then a Rea Vaya bus to the CBD, Braamfontein, Ellis Park and Soweto.
“People disembarking from Gautrain can use Rea Vaya from Park Station to get them to other areas not covered by the Gautrain. These areas include the main stadiums of the city, Ellis Park and FNB Stadium,” said Rea Vaya’s operations director, Jeff Ngcobo. Rea Vaya was launched in August 2009. The bus system consists of 325 kilometres of special public transport lanes and intersections running north and south of the city. It links townships and suburbs with the inner city. The Gautrain made its first trip on its final leg to Park Station on Thursday, 7 June”. After leaving Rosebank, the train takes three minutes and 20 seconds to reach Park Station.