Media Releases

MyCiTi construction work to commence along Turfhall Road


The City’s Urban Mobility Directorate will soon commence with major construction work along Turfhall Road in the Lansdowne area as part of the roll-out of the MyCiTi bus service to connect commuters from Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha with Wynberg and Claremont. The project will take about three years to complete.

Major MyCiTi Spine Road depot construction project now 65% complete


The City of Cape Town’s construction of two new MyCiTi depots on the corner of Spine Road and Mew Way between Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain is now 65% complete and on track to conclude by May 2025. Construction was initially delayed by several weeks due to extortion attempts, but this lost time has been made up by the contractor working extended hours and on weekends. Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis conducted a progress site visit at the depot on Friday, 14 March together with Councillor Rob Quintas, Mayoral Committee Member for Urban Mobility.

New stops in Khayelitsha, Atlantis and Woodstock


New stops will be introduced in Atlantis, Khayelitsha and Woodstock on Saturday 23 March 2024.

More trips for D02


The D01 and D02 routes connecting Khayelitsha with the Cape Town city centre will operate additional weekday trips with effect from Monday, 18 March 2024.

Repair of Dunoon and Usasaza MyCiTi stations to start soon


Work will start in March 2024 to restore two MyCiTi stations that were previously destroyed in the Dunoon area.

Have your say: Renaming of MyCiTi Phoenix station to Freedom station


The rebuild of Phoenix station on Omuramba Road presents the opportunity to choose a new name that better resonates with residents living nearby.

Service Improvements - 28 October 2023


Passengers on routes 102, 106, 107, and T02 will soon enjoy more buses in response to growing demand along these routes.

City wants input from commuters on plans for permanent MyCiTi bus stops


The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate is planning to replace a number of temporary MyCiTi bus stops with permanent stops in various suburbs including Atlantis, Century City, Hout Bay, Melkbosstrand, Milnerton, Mitchells Plain, Summer Greens, Sunningdale and Woodstock. Residents and commuters are encouraged to comment on these proposals. The closing date for comments is 31 October 2023.

MyCiTi passengers protected from fuel price hike for now


The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate can confirm that at this point in time, despite the substantial increase in the diesel price, the MyCiTi tariffs will not increase. MyCiTi tariffs will only increase should the diesel price breach the R27,51 threshold for two consecutive months, after which the increase becomes mandatory in the following month.

City to host public information day on upcoming MyCiTi construction in Mitchells Plain


The City of Cape Town is inviting residents from Mitchells Plain and interested parties to an information day to learn more about the planned MyCiTi construction along AZ Berman Drive and Stock Road in Mitchells Plain in preparation for the next phase of the MyCiTi bus service. City officials will be available on 13 September at Lobelia Community Hall in Lentegeur to answer questions.