News on Move Windhoek

You don't know how the fines are calculated? Have a look on the National Fine List and please tell us about your experiences, observations and ideas on that matter. You can post comments to this article or use the "get involved - Ideas" section:...

08 Jan. 2013 by Anonymous
The City of Windhoek together with the Ministry of Works and Transport and in close cooperation with the Ministry of Local and Regional Government, Housing and Rural Development drafted a Memorandum of Understanding on the strategic directions shaping the future land-use and urban transport system...
07 Jan. 2013 by Anonymous
Starline train at Windhoek Station

Affordable daily passenger train services are being provided between Windhoek and Walvis Bay and Keetmanshoop as well as the newly introduced service between Tsumeb and Oshikango. The service includes aircraft-like seats, air-conditioning, vending machines and an audio-visual entertainment...

19 Dec. 2012 by Anonymous
You need further information you cannot obtain out our site? Please contact Starline via the contacts listed below. Information on train schedules you find here:
19 Dec. 2012 by Anonymous
This timetable shows the departures and arrivals of passenger trains of the TransNamib Holdings Ltd. Included are the trains between Windhoek & Walvis Bay, Windhoek & Karasburg, Tsumeb & Oshikango. Information on prices and safety you can read here:...
18 Dec. 2012 by Anonymous

Click now on "GET INVOLVED" to share your ideas, your observations and your vision for the future urban transport system in Windhoek. Your opinion matters in the development of the Master Plan. Use this opportunity to make your voice count. The draft Master Plan will be published on these pages...

12 Dec. 2012 by frederikstrompen

The Urban Sustainable Transport Master Plan received great media feedback again. The today's New Era features an article on the current development of the Master Plan. Find the online article here:


07 Dec. 2012 by frederikstrompen