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
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
Catch a MyCiTi bus and make the most of the events happening this April. Plan ahead by checking which destination is more suited to your budget, as only some events are free.
MyCiTi’s fare system allows you to travel across the network of routes by transferring at bus stops and stations. This means you pay a single fare from start to your destination, based on the distance you travel.
Cape Town’s modern, convenient MyCiTi bus service is launching new services, making it easier to access work and leisure opportunities from anywhere within a growing network of routes.
Go more places with MyCiTi from 2 April 2016. The network is expanding in the following areas – Summer Greens, Century City, Milnerton, Century Gate, Joe Slovo Park, Tijgerhof, Rugby, Brooklyn, Maitland, Salt River and Woodstock.
The City of Cape Town is pleased to announce that there has been good progress with the completion of the outstanding works for the MyCiTi Control Centre.