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City to City Bus Ticket Bookings

City to City Buses offer semi-luxury, no frills domestic and regional coach trips. They service a large network of stops across Southern Africa including South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Lesotho and Zambia.

Although they focus on city centres, they have multiple stops in all the major cities of South Africa.

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Booking a City to City Bus ticket

Website bookings

You can book a City to City Bus ticket at

City to City's central bookings

Tel: 0861 589 282
Tel: +27 (011) 774-3333
Fax: +27 (011) 774-3831

Postal address

P.O. Box 1907

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Booking enquiries

Eastern Cape

East London Station

043 700 1015

East London Windmill

043 743 7893

King Williams Town

043 643 4163


047 531 0875


045 808 2065

Port Elizabeth

041 392 1304

Free State


Tourism Centre
Park Road
051 408 4888



011 773 8056


012 315 3476



031 361 7670


033 345 0165



015 491 8457


015 295 5548



013 755 1453

Western Cape

Cape Town

Adderley Street
Cape Town Station
021 449 6209


044 801 8298


044 382 1407

Autopax Passenger Services

City to City (and Translux) are brand names used for luxury coach operations of Autopax Passenger Services (Pty) Ltd. Autopax in turn is a wholly owned subsidiary of Transnet (which is owned by the South African government). Autopax Passenger Services is a member of SABOA (Southern African Bus Operators Association).

Recent news

  • 11 Jan 2018. Around 09h10 the driver of a Toyota Quanum taxi is seriously injured after he crashes into a City to City bus. The accident occurred on the N2 near Butterworth.

  • 11 Oct 2017. A 25 year old fmeale Lesotho citizen was caught by the Hawks K9 unit transporting R250k of crystal methamphetamine in biscuit tins and juice cartons on a bus from Johannesburg to George when it was near Sedgwick, with City to City.

  • 30 Dec 2016. A bus owned by City to City, rolls over near King Williams Town; but all passengers survive. The bus was on its way from Durban to Cape Town.

  • 07 Jul 2015. Nearly a week of violence finally came to an abrubt halt yesterday after taxi operators came to an agreement with local government. City-to-city and Translux busses, both operated by Autopax, had fallen victim to a spate of taxi violence following the start of operations in the Mamelodi district. Previously operated by PUTCO, taxi operators in the Mamelodi area were unhappy that governement awarded the routes to Autopax. What ensued was six days of violence in which one bus driver was shot and countless residents traumatised often unable to find transport to their jobs. Autopax busses are still under heavy guard incase the peace does not hold.

  • 15 Dec 2013. City to City extends its deepest apologies for the delays in some of our services due to the high volume of traffic as a result of the events happening around the State Funeral of the late President Nelson Mandela in the country. We apologize for the inconvenience caused.

  • The stopping point at Caltex Garage ends at 30 Nov 2013, and the new stopping point is Samrand Shell ultra City.

  • Aug 2008. A City to City bus is involved in an accident with a minibus taxi on the R56 near Ixopo (KwaZulu-Natal), with 73 people being seriously injured.

  • Mar 2008. City to City increase coach ticket prices by ten percent.


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