Table Mountain timetable change - 1 September 2017
Buses on the free 110 Table Mountain route will operate a little later from 1 September.Read more
Transport for Cape Town, the City of Cape Town’s transport authority, has made art a central feature of the MyCiTi stations, with more than 50 works of art done by local and national artists.
Passengers are allowed to bring baggage on to the bus. With the holiday season coming closer, consider using MyCiTi to get to the Airport without the hassle of parking and traffic. Your wheels are welcome.
MyCiTi connects you directly to Cape Town International Airport through its Airport service, which runs every 30 minutes from Civic Centre station.
Catch the bus on the 104 or T01 routes to the Oranjezicht City Farm Market held near the Granger Bay stop every Saturday. The community-style market offers organic vegetables, fruit, bread, organic dairy, free-range eggs, honey, muesli and more.
For residents of Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain, being near a MyCiTi route means being able to plan ahead and cut down on time spent waiting, since timetables are displayed at the stops. Smart passengers plan ahead by knowing when the bus is expe
Catching the MyCiTi bus to school and back is a convenient, budget-friendly option for families.
School holidays might have come to an end, but there is still a lot of fun, outdoor things to do on sunny winter days. Plan an outdoor adventure and let MyCiTi take you there and back.
Travel anywhere, anytime to any place on the MyCiTi network with the new Monthly Pass, launched on 1 July. Load one on your myconnect card for just R710 (or R930 including the Airport) and you have access to travel all day, any day of the week, to
On 2 July 2016, MyCiTi passengers can look forward to improved services along route D04 in Mitchells Plain with the introduction of six new stops between the Mitchells Plain MyCiTi station and Kapteinsklip.
Two MyCiTi drivers recently came to the rescue of an 82-year old woman after her car was badly damaged in a collision with another vehicle. So thankful was Julie Viviers, the daughter of Dorothy Viviers, that she sent an email to MyCiTi’s ma