Planact has recently joined forces with the Gauteng City-Region Observatory (CGRO) and The WITS School of Architecture and Planning on a ground-breaking new research project on transport in the Gauteng City-Region. We want to find out how you move around Jozi so planners, researchers, and government can better meet your transit needs!

The smartphone mapping mobility application called myJoziMoves analyses the mobility patterns and modes of transport for participants.

How YOU can participate!
We are calling you to join our study, which will be conducted for a total of two months: from 15 October until 15 December.

Each day your app records some kind of movement – any kind of movement will report as long as the app is running! – it counts as one day towards the 25 you will need to report in total to be eligible for the 32 total cash prizes.

You must have an Android smartphone (unfortunately no iPhones yet), and this phone must have GPS, be less than four years old (running on Android version 2.3 or higher), and have at least 500 MB of memory space free. Only those over 18 years of age can participate.

Employees of the Gauteng City-Region Observatory and Planact are welcome to participate but are not eligible for prizes.

To find out more, please contact the Senior Programme Coordinator, Mike Makwela on / 011 403 6291