The Seychelles Public Transport Corporation (SPTC) was established in December 1977, to cater for the commuting needs of the people.

Since then, the Corporation has grown to offer an expansive range of services to cater for daily needs of the Seychellois people, including special hires, private jobs and advertising opportunities.

The Seychelles Public Transport Corporation is the parent company to the Praslin Transport Company (PTC). At present, SPTC is the only public transportation service provider in Seychelles, and its services operate on the islands of Mahé and Praslin. Approximately 65,000 people, Seychellois and visitors alike make use of our services on a daily basis. Over 600 bus trips are made daily on Mahé.

Bus services operate throughout the day, from 5.30 a.m. to 8.30 p.m.

Special night circular services at 8.30 p.m. operate from Monday to Saturday, tracing the Northern and Southern parts of Mahé, at the cost of Rs8.00.

A little more than 100 trips are operated on Praslin, daily and these are from 0550hrs to 1820hrs.

All day fare trips cost Rs5.00. Aircon services are at Rs10.
SPTC and its sister company also provide buses on ‘Special Hire’ for group outings, picnics, weddings, funerals among others, in addition to Dedicated School bus services.

SPTC… an expert in public transportation caters for everyone.


Our Structure

SPTC is managed by a newly appointed Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Geffy Zialor, who brings over 10 years of public transportation experience to his role. Mr. Zialor has been granted full delegation of administrative authority, while accepting full responsibility and accountability for decision making.

He has ultimate responsibility for all aspects of executive management and is accountable to the Board of Directors.

Mr. Geffy Zialor


The prime role of the board is to ensure good governance of the Corporation.  It is trusted with budget management practices of SPTC.

The SPTC Board of Directors is made up of seasoned professionals, including 1 Chairman and 4 members.

Mr. Steve Fanny, the Principal Secretary for Trade, Finance and Investment assumes Chairmanship of the Board.

 

Mr. Steve Fanny

 
 

The other members are:

Ms. Veronique Laporte

Ms. Veronique Laporte

Mr. Patrick André

Mr. Patrick André

Mrs. Raymonde Course

Mrs. Raymonde Course

Mrs. Rosa Morin

Mrs. Rosa Morin