Services affected by bus driver strike
Some MyCiTi services are still affected by an ongoing bus driver strike. View timetables indicating services that are expected to operate during the strike.Read more
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
It’s Women’s Day on Wednesday 9 August and the perfect excuse to get out and about and enjoy Cape Town aboard a MyCiTi bus, with fares from as little as R39 for a day’s unlimited travel.
MyCiTi is working on a real-time passenger information solution that will empower users with accurate, up-to-date information about when their bus will depart.
If you still use the default PIN issued when you bought your myconnect card, you will need to change it at a station kiosk as soon as possible due to a system update.
Some myconnect cards expire in July 2017. If the expiry date on the front of your card says “07/17” then replace your card before 31 July 2017.
Increasing traffic congestion has impacted journey times on the Airport service during the weekday morning and afternoon peaks.
Monthly Pass users affected by the bus driver strike in April 2017 can apply for a reimbursement pass at selected station kiosks from 10 to 14 July 2017.
Passengers should note that the Mover 30 package is still available at participating retailers and cash-accepting ATMs from 1 July.
MyCiTi is encouraging passengers to make use of the free high-speed WiFi service that is currently available on some buses as part of a pilot project.