The M1 (Paul Kruger Street Ext) is a multi-lane facility and the main access to Pretoria North via Rachel de Beer Street. In the north it joins K8 (the Rosslyn Road) with a T-junction, thereby also providing access to Rosslyn, Akasia and the developments further to the west.
Accessibillity From All Sides
- N4 Platinum Highway
- K97 with linkage to the N4
- K8 (R566) Rosslyn/Mabopane
- K14 Sefako Makgatho (Zambezi Drive) future link to Rachel de Beer Street
- R101/Lavender Road
- M1/(P2-6) Paul Kruger Street Ext
- Steve Biko Road (Voortrekker Road Ext)
- President Steyn Street (and future Borage Street link)
Public Transport and TRT "A Re Yeng"
The inter-modal public transport facility known as the Rainbow Junction Terminal is planned on Council Property within the Southern Precinct and will be integrated with the transport planning of the development of this property. The Rainbow Junction Terminal is the largest of the three terminals across the city. Buses and minibus taxis serve passengers along the M1, Paul Kruger extension. Existing unstructured public transport facilities will be replaced by this modal transfer facility planned by the City of Tshwane, to be integrated with the TRT/Gautrain link services. Existing high and future pedestrian volumes will be accommodated by the transportation planning.
Accessibility To The Site - By Air - Wonderboom Airport
Rainbow Junction is located within close proximity to the Wonderboom Airport (re-classification of the Wonderboom Airport to an international airport is underway). The airport, once upgraded, is expected to handle around three to four million passengers a year, in comparison to its current 20 000 passengers per year.