N2 Express service still suspended
The City of Cape Town is doing its best to resolve the impasse that has led to the suspension of the N2 Express service.Read more
On 1 July every year, there are changes to the MyCiTi tariffs, as part of the City of Cape Town’s annual budget. New travel products are also introduced to provide the best possible service.
The City of Cape Town has launched a “Drive Less, Live More” campaign to highlight the negative impact of growing traffic congestion in our city. Spending hours in traffic not only affects the quality of life of families and individual
What better way to enjoy a long weekend in the middle of winter than hopping on a MyCiTi bus and exploring the city. This year June 16 falls on a Friday. While the focus is on the role and contribution of young people to society, Youth Day is also
The City of Cape Town wants to inform all commuters that the MyCiTi service operates again from Saturday 15 April 2017.
The City of Cape Town wants to inform all commuters that the MyCiTi service remains suspended until further notice. Commuters with a Monthly Pass should please note that we will extend the monthly packages for the time equal to the duration of the
A nationwide strike affecting the entire South African bus industry will take effect as from midnight on Wednesday 12 April 2017, until further notice.
Enjoy the best of Cape Town with MyCiTi’s new off-peak travel (OPT) packages.
MyCiTi stations were filled to capacity on Sunday 19 March when thousands of passengers from all over Cape Town took advantage of free services to experience the convenience of a MyCiTi bus and visit the many things to do along the routes. Many to
The City’s Transport and Urban Development Authority has made good progress with the reinstatement of the Advanced Public Transport Management System which will enable the MyCiTi Control Centre to track and monitor the MyCiTi buses on the 40