MyCiTi System Refresh - 27 October 2018
MyCiTi has introduced a number of service improvements, but there will be limited services due to the ongoing bus driver strike.Read more
The City of Cape Town’s Transport and Urban Development Authority has commenced with the electrification of the permanent MyCiTi bus stops along the N2 Express routes in Khayelitsha.
Hop on for Free-Ride Day on Cape Town’s favourite bus service, as MyCiTi launches new routes and timetable improvements on the last weekend of Transport Month.
The following changes will take place to routes, stops and timetables on 28 October 2017 due to increased passenger demand.
Kicking off Transport Month on Sunday, 1 October 2017 is an Open Streets Day event along the M4 in Observatory, Salt River and Woodstock, where residents are encourage to walk, cycle and enjoy the road space, which will be closed to vehicles.
October is national Transport Month and, with better weather arriving, this is the season to make a switch to more sustainable ways of getting around.
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The City of Cape Town’s Transport and Urban Development Authority has produced a fold-out heritage map with information about 20 sites of interest that are easily accessible via the MyCiTi bus routes. Many of these sites are clustered in the
Spring is on its way. From 1 September 2017, buses on the free 110 Table Mountain route will operate later, allowing locals and visitors to make the most of the longer days and warmer evenings.
On 4 September, a MyCiTi stop will be introduced on route T03 on front of the new Table Bay Mall in Table View.
MyCiTi’s annual fare increases came into effect on 1 July 2017, but there’s good news for anyone wanting to get to or from the Airport with the launch of a new, cost-effective Monthly Pass and discounted travel packages for visitors to