Becoming a role-model

in sustainable urban transport development

A dedicated team

to develop an affordable, accessible, attractive and efficient public transport

Get involved and discuss the Challenges

you can participate, it's your plan

Improved safety

reducing traffic accidents

Non-motorised transport

is efficient and healthy, a clear bet

Inter town transport

as a basis for Nation Wide transport plan

The City of Windhoek hereby informs the public, municipal bus commuters and entire residents of Windhoek that as from 01st September 2017, the Municipal Bus Fare will increase as follows:


07 Aug. 2017 by Eli-zette Nangolo

Shali Nanghala, a beautiful young lady from Ludwigsdorf, decided to undertake a 30-day challenge of riding the Windhoek Municipal buses and it was a success.  The MoveWindhoek project, supported by the German Development Cooperation (GIZ) conducted an interview with her to get to know more about her experience and motivation

1.    How did you come up with the idea to ride the buses?
A few months back, I met a young lady, a 2016 recently graduated. She told me about her journey of the Municipality buses and how her peers looked down on her, had a...

19 Dec. 2016 by Trudie Muleke
Without the ubiquitous shared taxi fleet, life in Windhoek would, for many residents, grind to a halt. Buses do currently do not serve all parts of the city; taxis allow non-car owners to access the farthest-flung corners of the city while providing employment for 6,000+ Windhoek residents, many of them new arrivals from the rural regions. Unfortunately, taxis, as gasoline-powered vehicles, also cause local air pollution and increase carbon emissions, and that’s why the Innovation Design Lab at the Namibia University of Science and Technology has set out to create a viable solar-powered...
30 Nov. 2016 by Lucas Conwell