FIFA 2010 World cup: Durban Moses Mabhida Stadium

Written by on April 24, 2010 in u

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Durban Moses Mabhida match day road closures

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Download  FIFA 2010  Durban Moses Mabhida Stadium map, seat plan, park and ride info and ticketing info the Large size

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AFCON 2013 Road Closure and Park and Ride Moses Mabhida

We will start with our ‘soft’ closures from 9 o’clock, that is to allow the morning traffic to go through. We urge everyone who needs to travel in the area to ensure they use alternative routes, those would be Umgeni Road and the M4.”

Parking:

• Drive-in site parking for minibus taxis/ buses and the general public: the area between Stalwart Simelane (Stanger) St and Sylvester Ntuli (Brickhill) will be open for free use.

• Free parking at Natal Command Site 1 and 2 will be open to the general public.

• Paid parking for the general public will be open at Suncoast Casino.

• Free parking at the Mr Price Stadium will be open to the general public (access off Goble-Jaco Jackson Road only).

• Free parking at the Centrum Parking will be open to VIP and the general public.

• Parking for hospitality and commercial affiliates will be available at Mustering Field (access off Sandile Thusi Road only)

Click on the map below for an enlarged image:

 

source: East cost radio

FIFA 2010 info

Durban FIFA 2010 transport plan

The System Concept

On a peak day during the 2010 FIFA World Cup SATM, in excess of 200 000 people are expected to descend on Durban’s Inner City to access the Moses Mabhida Stadium and the various activities along the Durban’s Beachfront, most notably the Fan Park.

To cater for this high demand, and in view of the expected security cordons and the expected general traffic congestion in and around the City, the eThekwini Municipality has developed a Transport Operational Plan specifically for the event.

The transport operational plan is developed to encourage the use of high occupancy vehicles, existing and top up services, as well as NMT in order to gain access to Durban’s Inner City.

To this end a “Hub and Spoke” system was developed which allows for services from different areas in Durban, KZN and nationally to terminate at a central location within the City, and which is then integrated with the remainder of the services and systems.

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FIFA 2010 – WORLD CUP MATCHES IN DURBAN

Non-match day – Isaiah Ntshangase Rd closed

DATE: 13 June 2010, Sund    Time: 16:00    Teams: Germany Vs Australia

Closures begin the night before
Sandile Thusi (Argyle) closed from Umgeni Road to Playfair
MY Ave (ex NMR) closed from Innes to Somtseu

DATE: 16th June 2010, Wed    Time: 16:00    Teams: Spain Vs Switzerland

Northbound side of MY Ave (Ex NMR) closed night before
Southbound of MY Ave (Ex NMR) closed from 08h30

DATE: 19th June 2010, Satd    Time: 16:00    Netherlands Vs Japan

Closures begin the night before
Sandile Thusi (Argyle) closed from Umgeni Road to Playfair
MY Ave (ex NMR) closed from Innes to Somtseu

DATE: 22nd June 2010, Tues    Time: 20:30    Nigeria Vs Korea Republic

Northbound side of MY Ave (Ex NMR) closed night before
Southbound of MY Ave (Ex NMR) closed from 08h30

DATE: 25 June 2010, Frid    Time: 16:00    Portugal Vs Brazil

Northbound side of MY Ave (Ex NMR) closed night before
Southbound of MY Ave (Ex NMR) closed from 08h30

DATE: 28th June 2010, Mond    Time: 16:00 (Preliminary)    Team 1E Vs Team 2F

Northbound side of MY Ave (Ex NMR) closed night before
Southbound of MY Ave (Ex NMR) closed from 08h30

DATE: 7th July 2010, Weds    Time: 20:30 (Semi-final)    Team B Vs Team D

Closures begin the night before
Sandile Thusi (Argyle) closed from Umgeni Road to Playfair
MY Ave (ex NMR) closed from Innes to Somtseu

Durban Moses Mabhida stadium

 

Durban Moses Mabhida Park and Ride

Public Transport Information:

http://pti.durban.gov.za

source: durban.gov.za

Matches

Date – Time Stage Results
13 June – 20:30 Group D Germany Germany Australia Australia
16 June – 16:00 Group H Spain Spain Switzerland Switzerland
19 June – 13:30 Group E Netherlands Netherlands Japan Japan
22 June – 20:30 Group B Nigeria Nigeria Korea Republic Korea Republic
25 June – 16:00 Group G Portugal Portugal Brazil Brazil
28 June – 16:00 Round of 16 1E 2F
07 July – 20:30 Semi-finals W59 W60
Things to do in Durban
2. Swim in the warm sea or Durban’s beaches
3. Take a rickshaw ride on the beachfront- negotiate the price.
4. Visit the oldest masjid in South Africa – Grey Street- If you want to know more about Islam in Durban and need information regarding halaal food, masjids close to the stadium click here
5. Do an Oriental walk about- he Indian district is around Grey and Victoria Streets. The Tourist Board organises a two and a half hour “Oriental Walkabout” of this area, which includes a visit to the Victoria St Market and the muthi market. You can book by phoning +27 (0)31 304-4934.

 

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