Standard (EMV) loads to be disabled from 1 October 2021
The ability to load Standard (EMV) on myconnect cards will be discontinued as of 1 October 2021.
MyCiTi comes to Pioneer Valley
MyCiTi will soon link residents of Pioneer Valley with safe, affordable public transport to Parklands, Table View and beyond.
MyCiTi fares change on 1 July 2021
Our fares are reviewed annually as part of the City of Cape Town's annual budget process. We know times are tough and that is why we’re keeping fares as low as possible.
Residents called to comment on proposed road closures for Phase 2A of MyCiTi service
The roll-out of Phase 2A of the MyCiTi bus service to the Metro-South East is gaining momentum. Once implemented, commuters will have direct, scheduled, safe, and affordable public transport between Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha and Claremont and Wynberg.
Temporary cancellation of late-night services due to Covid-19
Late-night services are temporarily cancelled on most routes from 1 March 2021 due to low demand. Please take note of new times for the last bus on your route. Thanks for avoiding non-essential travel and please stay safe
MyCiTi staff return pensioner’s cellphone
Melanie Steenbok and Eagon Johnson, both station coordinators at the MyCiTi station in Atlantis, went beyond the call of duty when they returned a cellphone to Margaret Adams, a 70-year-old woman whose grandson recently lost her phone at the station.
MyCiTi urges commuters to stay safe while travelling this festive season
The 2020 festive season is here and the City of Cape Town is calling on all residents to look after themselves and fellow commuters while travelling. Please wear a mask at all times, sanitise or wash your hands often, and keep a safe distance from other travellers. Although this season will look very different to what we know, the MyCiTi service schedules will be adapted to suit the needs of residents and visitors.
MyCiTi travelling app a part of everyday life for commuters
The MyCiTi users have embraced the MyCiTi travelling app since its launch. It has only been a year since MyCiTi introduced the official travelling app and already it has been downloaded more than 32 000 times. The app has been used more than one million times and an average of 8 000 passengers use the app on a daily basis, enjoying this quick and convenient way to access service information. User data reveals that the app’s journey planner function has been used over 500 000 times and that more than 1 500 messages were sent to the Transport Information Centre via the app for quick responses.
Alert level 3 changes for MyCiTi passengers
National government has introduced changes to the regulations for Alert Level 3 of the national lockdown in an effort to limit the spread of Covid-19.
New stops - 27 June 2020
On 27 June, we’re introducing new stops in Atlantis, Hout Bay and along Koeberg Road in response to requests from passengers. These changes make it easier to connect with MyCiTi services and the use of temporary stops allows for new locations to be tested before we build permanent stops.