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.”
Don’t let the cold and rain keep you indoors this winter. Thanks to MyCiTi’s network of routes and services, your next fun activity is just a stop away.
You pay lower fares when you travel between 08:00 and 16:15 and after 17:30 on weekdays. MyCiTi fares also cost less on weekends and public holidays so that you can get your shopping done or visit local attractions affordably.
A MyCiTi station manager put in more than a good day’s work recently when he helped deliver a healthy baby boy at Omuramba station.
Mitchells Plain is the latest MyCiTi station to unveil its artwork – a collaborative effort by five local artists all with roots in the area.
The Helen Keller Low Vision Support Group from Durbanville took some of its members on a bus ride to the V&A Waterfront recently. Learn more about their experience and how MyCiTi’s universal access policy ensures that the system is easy
Cycling in some of Cape Town’s scenic areas is so much easier with MyCiTi. Hop on a bus in the off peak and take your bicycle along to make use of the city’s cycle paths – or cycle there and catch the bus back.
Three new routes were launched in April around Century City and along Koeberg and Albert roads to the city centre, creating even more ways to connect with other parts of the city.
The City of Cape Town will deploy additional buses on the N2 Express route between Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha and Cape Town to assist commuters who may be affected by the expected delays of Metrorail trains tomorrow, 18 April 2016.
MyCiTi is currently experiencing a shortage of myconnect cards due to the exceptionally high uptake of MyCiTi services since the beginning of 2016. New myconnect cards are expected to arrive during May 2016. Until