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In the past five years since the City of Cape Town launched the first of the MyCiTi bus routes in the inner-city in May 2010, the service has recorded approximately 31,1 million passenger journeys.
Since the launch of new routes in the Atlantis area in July, many more passengers are using MyCiTi’s safe, reliable services – and a number of improvements are in the pipeline to ensure that the service responds to the needs of residen
Public information sessions are being held for residents in and around the Century City and Milnerton areas to share information on proposed new MyCiTi services.
With effect from 15 August 2015, MyCiTi’s 110 Table Mountain service will be free of charge. The service operates between the Lower Tafelberg stop at the parking area at Kloof Nek and the Upper Tafelberg stop at the Lower Cableway Station.
The City of Cape Town has, after a number of extensive meetings with residents from Atlantis, Mamre and Pella, made some immediate changes to the MyCiTi timetables to better serve the commuters from these areas. More adjustments to the feeder rout
The new T04 main route will launch on 1 August 2015, providing a direct link between Dunoon and Century via Omuramba station along with six new stations, bringing safe, reliable and affordable public transport to more Capetonians.
MyCiTi is introducing express services between the city and the Table View and Dunoon areas from 18 July 2015.
The City of Cape Town is once again taking innovative steps in a bid to become the first digital city in Africa. We are pleased to announce that we have engaged in a project to expand the availability of internet access to the public through the p
New routes, stations and other changes will take place in July and August, making MyCiTi services even better for the many thousands of people who use it daily.
Annual fare increases take effect on 1 July 2015 as part of the City of Cape Town’s annual budget. However, the peak periods in both the morning and evening have been shortened by 45 minutes each, which will mean many commuters will benefit