Whether you are a local or just visiting the Mother City, the MyCiTi bus s is a great way to travel around Cape Town. This bus service was initially created to assist with the influx of visitors during the FIFA 2010 Soccer World Cup. Since then, many other routes have been added throughout the city.
Tickets and Fares
The MyCiti bus operates with a MyConnect card that is preloaded with funds. Kids that are younger than four and under a metre tall are allowed to travel for free. These MyConnect cards can be purchased at selected retail outlets, and station kiosks all over the city for R35. Take a look at this interactive map to see where you can purchase your cards. You can also get a special movers package through station kiosks. This will give you up to 20% off on your fare. Once you have your card, you can then use it to ride the bus.
MyCiTi Bus Routes in Cape Town
MyCiti bus routes run across the city including the city centre, the peninsula, and Northern suburbs. There is also a bus that runs from the City Centre to the Airport, which is very convenient and affordable when compared to other transport options. The MyCiti bus routes key areas include:
- City Centre
- Woodstock and Salt River
- Camps Bay and Hout Bay
- Century City
- Table View
- Bloubergstrand and Melkbosstrand
There are specific bus stops assigned for each route, click here to view the available stations. To view all listed routes, click here. MyCiTi buses run throughout the day with scheduled stops at various locations all over the city. Take a look at the route stop timetable to plan your trip.
Fun Facts About My Citi Bus
- The MyCiti bus routes operate across Cape Town and to the outskirts, reaching into the Northern suburbs and Mitchells Plain, and up the West Coast towards Atlantis.
- The longest line is T02. This route starts from Platform 1 Civic Centre and ends at Atlantis. It covers 44km and has over 16 stops.
- The most popular lines are 105, 102, 104 and T03
Visit myciti.org.za for more information.