Road users alerted to lane closures at Govan Mbeki Rd/Jan Smuts Dr intersection
The City of Cape Town wants to advise the public of the upcoming lane closures at the intersection of Govan Mbeki Road and Jan Smuts Drive in Hanover Park. The lane closures will be in place while we are constructing a freestanding elevated traffic circle, the first of its kind in South Africa, as part of the roll-out of the MyCiTi service to the metro-south east
Community invited to comment on new MyCiTi stops in Atlantis
The City of Cape Town proposes to add eight new MyCiTi bus stops in Atlantis. Residents and commuters are encouraged to comment on these proposals as from today, 12 September 2022. The closing date for comments is 12 October 2022.
City proposes one-way street conversions for new MyCiTi bus station in Maitland
The City of Cape Town intends to build a new MyCiTi station in Maitland. This forms part of the expansion of the MyCiTi service footprint. The bus station will be located adjacent to the Maitland rail station and existing minibus-taxi facility in Ferndale Drive. However, this will necessitate the conversion of Ferndale Drive and a small section of Station Road into one-way streets to improve traffic flow. Residents and interested and affected parties are encouraged to comment on the proposal to turn these roads into one-way streets as from 19 September to 20 October 2022.
City condemns violence in Hout Bay, attacks on MyCiTi service
The City of Cape Town has suspended its MyCiTi and Dial-a-Ride services in Hout Bay in the interest of the safety of commuters and personnel. This is after public violence erupted in Hout Bay this morning, Monday 5 September 2022, which included the stoning of MyCiTi buses and private vehicles in and around Suikerbossie and Hout Bay Gateway Circle, as well as the burning of tires at the Circle.
Community invited to info days about new MyCiTi bus depots for metro-south east
The City of Cape Town will start with the construction of MyCiTi bus depots for Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha later this month. The depots are part of the expansion of the MyCiTi bus service to the metro-south east. Residents are invited to attend information days about the project.
Water and electricity wise MyCiTi bus depots for metro-south east
The City of Cape Town will in August 2022 commence with the construction of water and electricity wise MyCiTi bus depots for Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha. The depots are part of the expansion of the MyCiTi bus service to the metro-south east. Local residents and subcontractors from the surrounding communities will also benefit from temporary employment opportunities and contracts as part of this 32-month long construction project.
MyCiTi bus accident under investigation
The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate is investigating the accident involving a MyCiTi N2 Express bus earlier this evening along Nelson Mandela Boulevard outbound, before Browning Road. We can confirm that no fatalities have been reported to the City.
Sky circle on its way to Hanover Park
The City of Cape Town will soon commence with the construction of a freestanding elevated traffic circle, the first of its kind in South Africa, at the intersection of Govan Mbeki Road (M9) and Jan Smuts Drive (M17) in Hanover Park. The investment will benefit the surrounding communities of Hanover Park, Philippi, Lansdowne/Wetton and Yorkshire Estate and will transform the surrounding landscape profoundly.
New Dial-a-Ride tickets to help reduce travel time
The Dial-a-Ride service is introducing new clipcard tickets on 1 July 2022.
Service improvements on the way
There will be major improvements to our inner city services on 28 May in response to growing passenger demand and a new stop introduced in the Atlantis area.