New fares - 1 July 2018
On 1 July every year, there are changes to the MyCiTi fares, as part of the City of Cape Town’s annual budget.Read more
MyCiTi is making your journey easier by using the information boards at stations to show the number of minutes until the next bus arrives and which platform to board.
Some myconnect cards expire in January 2017. If the expiry date on the front of your card says “01/17” then replace your card before 31 January 2017.
You can now also load Mover packages when you top up your card at participating retailers and cash-accepting Absa ATMs around the MyCiTi footprint.
Make the most of all Cape Town has to offer this festive season with MyCiTi, the convenient, reliable way to explore the city.
There’s so much to do, and so many places to go, with children in Cape Town – getting around with MyCiTi doubles the fun, and teaches children to become smart passengers of the future.
Accessing information on MyCiTi products and services is quick and easy. To meet the needs of all our passengers we make this information available through a number of ways – website, social media, pamphlets, brochures, posters and the 24/7
Passenger safety and courtesy is a top priority for MyCiTi. The Transport Enforcement Unit is tasked with overseeing safety on MyCiTi buses and stations and ensuring that the MyCiTi rules are followed, so that our passengers can enjoy a worry-free
MyCiTi’s T01 route from Cape Town to Table View and Dunoon stops within walking distance of beaches, braai and picnic spots, a national monument, market, race track and indoor trampoline park. You’ll need a few days to fit in everythin
In a bid to further improve MyCiTi services, a pilot project testing passenger information displays was launched recently on the N2 Express routes.