With a very busy first semester, Transport for Cape Town made its latest addition to the MyCiTi bus system with the 110 – Table Mountain feeder route. This route will connect the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway station with the rest of the MyCiTi BRT route network via the 106/107 Silo – Civic Centre – Camps Bay routes.
It may be the shortest route, but probably the most requested route from tourists and Capetonians, without private vehicles who would otherwise not be able to access the jewel of Cape Town, Table Mountain. The cost to take the MyCiTI from the Civic Centre to the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway station will cost from R5.4 to R9.8 depending on the time of the day (off-peak, peak) and the travel package loaded on the myconnect card (Mover points, Rands). Read more here and here.
Read more about how the MyCiTi bus routes also extended to Khayelitsha and Mitchell’s Plain in the first semester of 2014.
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