• A pioneering and leading department at the epicenter of socio-economic development.


  • To provide safe, affordable, sustainable and integrated transport services.

Contact Us

Limpopo Department of Transport
Phamoko Towers, c/o Bodenstein & Church Street
39 Church Street & 40 Kruger Street
Limpopo Province
South Africa
Phone: +(27) 15 295 1000
Fax: +(27) 15 295 1163

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Functions of the Department

Public, Freight & Air Transport
Roads Safety & Traffic Management
Administration & Management
Public Services

News Headlines

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    Beware of the scam to appoint traffic officers

    The Department of Transport in Limpopo has learnt with regret of the scam circulating enticing prospective Traffic Officers to pay

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    Stray Animals Contribute to Fatal Road Vehicle Accidents! Away from the National roads like N1, Stray Animals silently kill our

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    New high-tech vehicles to clamp down on moving violations on the N1

    MEDIA STATEMENT To all media For Immediate release 21 November 2016 Speedsters, reckless and negligent drivers beware. This stern warning

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    October Transport Month 2016

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    Phalaborwa Airshow

      WANTED YOUNG PEOPLE PASSIONATE ABOUT FLYING South Africa needs to produce 6,200 pilots and 200 aircraft engineers by the

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    Staff Imbizo

    A day after she was appointed Member of Executive Council responsible for Transport & Community Safety, Ms Nandi Ndalane hit

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    Budget Speech highlights for 2016

    Budget Speech highlights for 2016
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    Don\’t Drink & Drive

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    The launch of 2015/2016 festive season road safety campaign

    The MEC responsible for Transport, Safety, Security and Liaison, Ms. Mapula Mokaba-Phukwana has the pleasure of inviting you to the

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    The October Transport Month Bus in Limpopo is still in Motion

    On the 12 October 2015 the pupils of Selatole Secondary School at Ga-Phasha-Selatole Village woke up to the reality of

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