A journey to a better public transport future

The next chapter in the MyCiTi story

This big step forward is called Phase 2A. It will link Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain with Claremont and Wynberg along one of the busiest transport corridors. The system will have buses running along dedicated red roads, or trunk routes, with some closed stations and open stops along the way.

This investment will also help stimulate economic activity and help create jobs during the construction phase, and create permanent jobs once services start operating.

A vision for improved public transport

Phase 2A arises from the City’s Integrated Public Transport Network (IPTN) plan, which envisages a continued phased implementation approach of MyCiTi services across the entire city well into the 2030s. This is part of a commitment to redressing spatial inequality and implementing quality integrated public transport for the benefit of all residents and the local economy.

Construction underway

Although the multi-year project is still in its conceptual design phase, construction is being implemented in various work packages. This is part of a substantial upgrading of roads and provision of infrastructure for dedicated lanes and stations along the corridor. Preparation for a major depot site to serve Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha services has also commenced.

What our passengers say about MyCiTi

Asemahle Mandela

“For the last three years I have been using MyCiTi and overall the experience has been good. It’s easy and convenient to use. I just wish there were more destinations I could visit with MyCiTi.”

Charlotte Dhliway

“I like MyCiTi a lot. I have been using it since it started. I live in Table View so it’s really easy for me to get to college with MyCiTi.”

Doreen Wyngard

“I have been using MyCiTi since it first started back in 2010. I live in Mamre. Before MyCiTi we used to spend a lot of money to travel to work, but luckily when MyCiTi came along, everything changed.”