Cape Town’s public transport integrates with the University of Cape Town’s Jammie Shuttle service for Staff and Students
The MyCiTi route from the City to Hout Bay will start on 15 February 2014.
This weekend sees another route launched in Sea Point for the MyCiTi bus IRT system.
Editor, Rashiq Fataar interviews Brett Herron, Mayoral Committee Member for Transport in Cape Town to get a grip on the state of transport in Cape Town and the future ambitions of South Africa’s second largest city.
The timetables for the new MyCiTi routes being launched on 2 Nov and 30 Nov 2013 have been announced ranging from a frequent every 10mins to a very slow every 40 mins.
Es Ntshuntshe reflects on the freak accident on the N1 national road in Cape Town, and ponders on how infrastructure investment, legislation and policy can play a part in safer roads and integrated transport systems.
South Africa got its first public transport service on Google Transit which integrates the routes and timetables into Google Maps. If you’ve been lucky to travel overseas, you will know how vital it is to have such information in Google Maps.
Capetonians should start getting ready for a number of new MyCiTi routes that are scheduled to be launched in November
With the City having secured 12 year Vehicle Operating Contracts to operate the buses, Capetonians will see more and more red and blue buses on our roads. The first significant change happens to the Table View area on 7 Sept 2013.
The relocation of the Cenotaph on Adderley street has been given the green light and will now allow the City of Cape Town to commence construction of the enclosed MyCiTi feeder bus station for rail commuters.