Travel Conveniently & Safely
Leeto la Polokwane offers all passengers a safe, reliable, convenient and universally accessible journey.
Smart Mobility - A Smart City Vision
Accelerating service delivery to communities in an innovative and sustainable manner.
Integrated Public Transport System
Leeto la Polokwane manages its operations using world class technological systems to seamlessly integrate with all public transport systems in the City.
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Welcome to
Leeto la Polokwane

Leeto la Polokwane is an important part of the City’s Integrated Public Transport System (IPTS). It aims to provide a high-quality transport service in line with the National  Transport Act. The system will integrate different forms of public transport across the municipality. With our Leeto la Polokwane public buses, commuters will have a scheduled system, providing easy access to educational institutions, healthcare facilities, and employment centres.

Cllr. Thembi Nkadimeng, Executive Mayor, Polokwane

Leeto la Polokwane Benefits

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Integrates major transport modes

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Affordable public transport

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Reduces traffic congestion

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Improves access to major economic hubs

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Universally accessible

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Reduces carbon emissions

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Reduces travel time

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Reduces over-crowdedness

Leeto Travel Cards

Coming Soon!

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Leeto la Polokwane Phase 1A

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Leeto makes Polokwane a true progressive city.

Providing an affordable Public Transport Service that is safe, reliable and universally accessible, Leeto La Polokwane will be a household name for all citizens in the City of Polokwane. Leeto la Polokwane’s initial Phase 1A is expected to start its operations in 2020.

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Leeto to test Traffic signals along Nelson Mandela Drive

The City of Polokwane will be installing Urban Traffic Control (UTC) signals for the Leeto la Polokwane system along Nelson Mandela driver on Friday, 29 November 2019.

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Construction Notice

Thabo Mbeki Street will be a feeder route for Fauna Park, Flora Park and the CBD. The road is currently undergoing a rehabilitation process, to transform it from a normal road to a road that can withstand the frequent use of buses. The road is situated between Dorp and Schoeman streets between May and June 2019.