Lithemba Mbanjeni, from Dunoon
“I take my girlfriend on dates using MyCiTi. She finds MyCiTi rides relaxing and comfortable. On our way to the Waterfront, we sit comfortably and safely.”
Road users in Hout Bay are advised of road-closures planned for later this week, to accommodate the last stages in the construction of a MyCiTi staging area close to the Promenade.
The City of Cape Town is pleased that the month-long strike by some bus drivers employed by Transpeninsula Investments, a MyCiTi vehicle operating company, has ended.
MyCiTi has introduced a new information terminal at most stations to allow commuters to conveniently check the balance on their myconnect cards.
Single-trip cards are now available from new self-service dispensing machines at MyCiTi stations.
On Thursday 5 February 2015, two MyCiTi buses en route to Salt River and Hout Bay were attacked in two separate incidents. Save for one of the bus drivers who injured his hand during an attempt to put out a fire inside the bus, no other injuries w
The City of Cape Town has been informed that the strike by bus drivers who are employed by the Transpeninsula Investments vehicle operating company (VOC) is continuing.
The City of Cape Town has been informed that the bus drivers of one of the MyCiTi vehicle operating companies (VOCs) will be striking tomorrow, 4 February 2015, during the afternoon peak-hour period.
The City of Cape Town welcomes the findings of an independent survey which has recognised the City’s MyCiTi bus network as a leader in the field of African public transport systems.
The sales of the MyCiTi single-trip cards have exceeded all expectations since the roll-out on 18 October 2014.