MyCiTi

The bus for us

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0800 65 64 63
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MyCiti

The bus for us

The lowdown on the MyCiTi bus routes, schedule and ticket prices

A reliable, effective and safe transport system in Cape Town WAS a long time coming. Prior to the 2011 roll-out of the MyCiTi bus network, sitting like sardines in a cramped minibus taxi or spending a fortune on meter cabs was the norm.

And though these uncomfortable, unsafe and uneconomical options are still current realities for many, the MyCiTi initiative has made huge headway in paving the path toward a stress-free, secure and affordable means of travel.

For those new to South Africa or the wonderful world of public transport, whether you’re on your way to or from the airport, commuting between particular outer suburbs and the city centre or trying to get from point A to point B within the CBD, there’s bound to be a dependable and cost-effective MyCiTi bus route that can get you there on time.

Though, do keep in mind that, with the exception of the routes to and from the airport, you’ll need a myconnect card to travel aboard the MyCiTi bus. These cost a once-off fee of R35 and are available from appointed kiosks and participating retailers (for more info visit the MyCiTi website or call +27 (0) 800 65 64 63); after purchasing, it’s simply necessary to begin loading money onto the card to travel (fares are calculated on a distance-travelled basis and depend on whether you’re travelling at peak or off-peak times). Children under four years of age can ride the MyCiTi for free.

Recent Developments: On 1 November 2014, the MyCiTi kiosk operating hours changed and underutilised kiosks were closed (see the website for specifics). In addition, 2014 saw the launch of a new route linking passengers to the lower cable car station at Table Mountain as well as the opening of the N2 Express routes, the first of many pathways designed to connect the areas of Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha with central Cape Town. Not to mention, a number of lanes have also been launched to link the West Coast town of Atlantis with Melkbosstrand, Omuramba and various other nearby areas.

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D01 KHAYELITSHA EAST – CIVIC CENTRE
This main service is meant to zip residents of Khayelitsha East to and from Cape Town central. The route starts at the Kuyasa Rail Station in Mandela Park and whisks passengers down Lindela Road, along Jeff Masemola Road, onto Spine Road and then into town via the N2 (it returns along the same path). There are only a few stops along the way, and these include the Vuyani Taxi Rank, Charles Mokoena, Steve Biko, D Nyembe, Tutu, Dibana and Lindela.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

Khayelitsha East –Civic Centre

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30am 

4pm – 6pm 

Every 12 – 16 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak

5:54am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 11:06pm

Every 12 – 45 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

6:52am – 11:02pm 

Every 40 minutes 

R8.90 – R16.50 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – 13.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R11.60 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R9.70 (Movers Package off-peak)

D03 MITCHELLS PLAIN EAST – CIVIC CENTRE
This option is an express service designed to transport people from Mitchells Plain to the Cape Town Civic Centre quickly and efficiently.. The route starts just off Third Avenue and runs down AZ Berman Drive, along the Cape Flats Road and onto the N2, before ending its journey at the Civic Centre and returning along the same path. Do note, the bus does not stop when travelling from Mitchells Plain to town, but does make drop-offs at Sesame, Marguerite, Kerrem and Pontiac when going from the city centre back to Mitchells Plain.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

Mitchells Plain East –Civic Centre

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30am 

4pm – 6pm 

Every 12 - 17 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak

5:30am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 11:31pm

Every 12 - 45 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

6:28am – 11:03pm 

Every 40 minutes 

R8.90 - R14.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 - R12.40 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 - R10.40 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 - R8.70 (Movers Package off-peak)

MELKBOSSTRAND – TABLE VIEW – CIVIC CENTRE
A dedicated MyCiTi bus lane connects Usasaza station near Dunoon and the V&A Waterfront via Table View and the Civic Centre, making for fast and stress-free travel from the outskirts to the city centre. Similarly, another key route has been added between Atlantis, Table View and Omuramba. Extending out from these main drags, there are also seven different area routes designed to connect people living in Big Bay, Parklands, Sunningdale, West Beach, Duynefontein and Melkbosstrand. There are also a number of transfer points at which passengers can break their journey.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

T01 Dunoon – Table View – Civic Centre – Waterfront 

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30pm 

4pm – 6pm

Every 6 – 15 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak

5am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 10:59pm

Every 12  –  20 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

4.50am – 11:11pm 

Every 20 minutes 

R8.90 – R14.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R12.40 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R10.40 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R8.70 (Movers Package off-peak)

T03 Atlantis – Table View – Omuramba

Weekdays peak

6:30am – 8:30pm 

4pm – 6pm

Every 10 minutes

 

Weekdays off-peak

5:03am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 11:10pm

Every 10 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

5:05am – 11:19

Every 20 – 30 minutes

R8.90 – R20.30 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R16.90 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R14.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R11.90 (Movers Package off-peak)

213 West Beach – Table View – Sunningdale

Weekdays peak

6:30am –  8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 22 - 25 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak 

5:21am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 9:41pm

Every 25 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

6:25am – 9:38pm

Every 35 minutes 

R8.90 (Standard peak)

R6.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 (Movers Package off-peak)

214 Marine Circle – Table View – Parklands

Weekdays peak

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 6 minutes

Weekdays off-peak 

5:30am - 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 11:11pm

Every 6 – 20 minutes 

Weekends and public holidays

6:30am – 11:11 pm

Every 15 – 20 minutes 

R8.90 (Standard peak)

R6.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 (Movers Package off-peak)

215 Sunningdale – Gie Road – Wood

Weekdays peak

6:30am –  8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 10 – 11 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak 

5:45am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 10:01pm

Every 10 – 30 minutes 

Weekends and public holidays

6:40am – 10:06pm

Every 40 minutes 

R8.90 - (Standard peak)

R6.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 (Movers Package off-peak)

216 Sunningdale – Wood Drive – Wood

 

Weekdays peak

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 10 – 11 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak 

5:30am – 6:30am

8:30am - 4pm

6pm – 11:19pm

Every 10 – 30 minutes 

Weekends and public holidays

6:20am – 9:42pm

Every 40 minutes – one hour 

R8.90 (Standard peak)

R6.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 (Movers Package off-peak)

217 Table View – Big Bay – Melkbosstrand

Weekdays peak

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 15 minutes

Weekdays off-peak 

5:58am – 6:30am

8:30am - 4pm

6pm – 10:29pm

Every 15 – 30 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

6:30am – 10:28pm

Every 18 – 30 minutes 

R8.90 - R12.50 (Standard peak)

R6.80 - R9.40 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 - R8.80 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 - R6.60 (Movers Package off-peak)

230 Duynefontein – Melkbosstrand

Weekdays peak

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 20 minutes

Weekdays off-peak 

6am – 6:30am

8:30am - 4pm

6pm – 8:32pm

Every 20 - 40 minutes 

Weekends and public holidays

6:55am – 8:34pm

Every 1 hour

R8.90 – R9.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R7.70 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R6.90 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R5.40 (Movers Package off-peak)

239 Atlantis – Duynefontein – Melkbosstrand

Weekdays peak

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 20 minutes

Weekdays off-peak 

4:50am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 7:56pm

Every 20 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

No service on weekends and public holidays

R8.90 – R14.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R12.40 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R10.40 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R8.70 (Movers Package off-peak)

A01 AIRPORT – CIVIC CENTRE – V&A WATERFRONT ROUTE
This route has revolutionised getting to and from the Cape Town International Airport, and now includes a leg that extends between the city centre and the V&A Waterfront. The collection point for passengers travelling from the Civic Centre to the airport is situated right outside the Civic Centre in Hertzog Boulevard (Platform 1), and the MyCiTi will drop you off right outside the airport’s terminal building. You can catch the bus at exactly the same point on the transport plaza when travelling from the airport to the Civic Centre or on to the V&A Waterfront. The collection and drop-off point at the Waterfront is the appointed MyCiTi stop. 

Route

 Operating Times

Fare

Airport – V&A Waterfront (includes stop at Civic Centre)

 Weekdays Peak

 

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 30 minutes

 

Weekdays off-peak

 

4:45am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 10:52pm

Every 30 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

4:45am – 10:52pm

Every 30 minutes

R8.90 – R71 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R68.60 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R49.10 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R47.40 (Movers Package off-peak)

Airport – Civic Centre

 Weekdays Peak

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 30 minutes

Weekdays off-peak


4:45am – 6:30am

8:30am –  4pm

6pm – 10:37pm

Every 30 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

4:45am – 10:37pm

Every 30 minutes

R68.70 (Standard peak)

R65.60 (Standard off-peak)

R47.50 (Movers Package peak)

R45.30 (Movers Package off-peak)

Civic Centre – Airport

Weekdays Peak

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 30 minutes

Weekdays off-peak

4:15am – 06:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 10:07pm

Every 30 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

4:15am – 10:07pm

Every 30 minutes

R68.70 (Standard peak)

R65.60 (Standard off-peak)

R47.50 (Movers Package peak)

R45.30 (Movers Package off-peak)

V&A Waterfront – Airport (includes stop at Civic Centre)

Weekdays Peak

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 30 minutes

Weekdays off-peak

4am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 10:07pm

Every 30 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

4am – 10:07pm

Every 30 minutes

R8.90 – R71 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R68.60 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R49.10 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R47.40 (Movers Package off-peak)

101 VREDEHOEK – GARDENS – CIVIC CENTRE ROUTE
This route extends from Vredehoek, stopping at the Gardens Centre MyCiTi station, to the Civic Centre, passing the Cape Town International Convention Centre (on the way back, it travels up Long Street). Keep in mind, this course no longer connects to the V&A Waterfront. Now, it is necessary to change at the Civic Centre and catch a V&A Waterfront-bound bus. 

Route

Operating Times

Fare

101 Vredehoek – Gardens – Civic Centre

Weekdays peak 

6:30am –8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 5 – 15 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak

5:45am – 6:30pm

8:30pm – 4pm

6pm – 9:53pm 

Every 15 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

6am – 9:53pm 

Every 1 hour 

R8.90 (Standard peak)

R6.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 (Movers Package off-peak)

102 SALT RIVER – WALMER ESTATE – CIVIC CENTRE ROUTE
In operation from early March 2013, this route transports passengers between the CBD and the east residential suburb of Salt River. Travelling from the Salt River railway station (a central Cape Town rail point), it moves through Woodstock, Walmer Estate, Zonnebloem and District Six, and passes by the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, The Castle and the Cape Town Rail Station before reaching the Civic Centre and linking up with existing MyCiTi routes. Buses then return to the Salt River railway station via the same path.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

Salt River – Walmer Estate – Civic Centre

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30am 

4pm – 6pm 

Every 5 – 15 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak

5:30am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 9:52pm

Every 10 - 20 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

6:12am – 10:07pm 

Every 30 minutes 

R8.90 – R9.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R7.70 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R6.90 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R5.40 (Movers Package off-peak)

103 ORANJEZICHT - GARDENS - CIVIC CENTRE 
This route connects commuters from Oranjezicht to the Civic Centre and vice versa. It treks down Buitenkant Street, through Gardens, via Camp Street, Upper Kloof Street and Molteno Road and then comes back down Upper Orange and returns to the Civic Centre.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

Oranjezicht – Gardens – Civic Centre

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30am 

4pm – 6pm 

Every 5 – 15 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak

5:45am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 9:22pm

Every 15 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

6:30am – 10:10pm 

Every 30 minutes – 1 hour 

R8.90 (Standard peak)

R6.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 (Movers Package off-peak)

104 AND 105 SEA POINT - CIVIC CENTRE
In operation from early November 2013, the Sea Point routes provide much-needed transportation for commuters coming from the Sea Point area along Beach Road via the V&A Waterfront or along High Level Road via Fresnaye. Route 104 starts from town, passes the Two Oceans Aquarium and Granger Bay, moves along through Mouille Point, passed the lighthouse, and stops soon after the Sea Point Pools, only to return along the same path. Route 105 starts from town, moves along Strand Street, cruises by the Old Fire Station, bends around High Level Road and then heads down toward Sea Point’s beachfront; it then circles back through Fresnaye and returns to the Civic Centre.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

104 Sea Point – Waterfront – Civic Centre

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30am 

4pm – 6pm 

Every 15 – 22 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak

6am – 6:30pm

8:30 – 4pm

6pm – 9:58pm

Every 15 – 40 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

6am – 10:09pm 

Every 30 minutes – 1 hour 

R8.90 – R9.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R7.70 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R6.90 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R5.40 (Movers Package off-peak)

105 Sea Point – Fresnaye – Civic Centre

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30am 

4pm – 6pm 

Every 10 – 12 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak

6am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 9:57pm

Every 10 – 45 minutes

Weekends and public holidays

6:15am – 10:07pm 

Every 30 minutes – 1 hour

 R8.90 – R9.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R7.70 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R6.90 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R5.40 (Movers Package off-peak)

106 AND 107 CIVIC CENTRE – CAMPS BAY
Buses 106 and 107 allow commuters to make their way from the Civic Centre to Camps Bay. The 106 bus, which travels in a clockwise direction, takes bus-goers from the Civic Centre, up Adderley Street, before heading to Tamboerskloof, making stops at Groote Kerk, Dorp, Upper Long, Lower Kloof, Ludwig’s Garden, Belle Ombre, St Michael’s, Cotswold and Kloof Nek. It then makes its way down to Victoria Road in Camps Bay via Prima, Platteklip, Horak, Ravensteyn, Fiskaal, Chas Booth, Susan, Rontree, Houghton and Whale Rock. The anti-clockwise 107 bus takes a similar route, but after reaching Kloof Nek, it travels down Geneva Drive (making stops at Comrie, Atholl, Woodford, Quebec and Argyle), before ending in Victoria Road in Camps Bay and heading back to the city via Camps Bay Drive.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

106 Civic Centre – Camps Bay (clockwise)

 

 

 

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 10 minutes

Weekdays off-peak

05:20am – 06:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 9:31pm

Every 10 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

5:54am – 10:09pm

Every 30 minutes – 1 hour

 

 

R8.90 – R9.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R7.70 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R6.90 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R5.40 (Movers Package off-peak)

107 Civic Centre – Camps Bay (anti-clockwise)

 

 

 

 

 

Weekdays peak

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm  

Every 10 minutes

 

Weekdays off-peak

5:30am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 9:55pm

Every 10 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

5:45am – 10:28pm

Every 30 minutes – 1 hour

 

 

 

 

R8.90 – R9.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R7.70 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R6.90 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R5.40 (Movers Package off-peak)

108 AND 109 ADDERLEY – HOUT BAY AND HANGBERG
Route 108 and 109 service the communities of Hout Bay, Hangberg and Imizamo Yethu. Both routes travel from Adderley Street via Sea Point, Clifton and Llandudno; though, 108 makes its way down to the township of Hangberg and 109 passes through the Imizamo Yethu settlement to end in Hout Bay.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

108 Hangberg – Sea Point – Adderley

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 10 – 20 minutes

 

Weekdays off-peak

5:17am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 9:54pm

Every 12 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

6am – 10:38pm

Every 1 hour

R8.90 – R14.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R12.40 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R10.40 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R8.70 (Movers Package off-peak)

109 Hout Bay –  Imizamo Yethu – Sea Point – Adderley

 

 

 

 

 

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 5 – 12 minutes

 

Weekdays off-peak

5:34am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 10:11pm

Every 10 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

5:48am – 10:13pm

Every 25 minutes – 1 hour

R8.90 – R12.50 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R9.40 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R8.80 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R6.60 (Movers Package off-peak)

110 TABLE MOUNTAIN
Launched to improve public access to Cape Town’s most iconic landmark and to reduce congestion around its base, the Table Mountain route runs from a point at the intersection of Kloof Nek and Tafelberg roads up to the lower cableway station and back again. While for most of the day, the bus simply moves between these two points, the very first and very last bus travel directly from and to the Civic Centre. Currently, to get there, it’s necessary for passengers to use a service that goes via Kloof Nek (route 106 or 107) and to then disembark and transfer to the Table Mountain route to reach the cable car – they will only be charged a single fare though.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

110 Table Mountain

Summer peak (16 Sep – 30 Apr) 

7am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 15 – 30 minutes

 

Summer off-peak (16 Sep – 30 Apr)

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 8:30pm

Every 15 – 30 minutes

 

Winter peak (1 May – 15 Sep)

7:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 15 – 20 minutes

Winter off-peak (1 May – 15 Sep)

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 7pm

Every 15 – 20 minutes

R8.90 – R9.80 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R7.70 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R6.90 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R5.40 (Movers Package off-peak)

251 MONTAGUE GARDENS – CENTURY CITY
The 251 routes takes commuters from Montague Gardens to Century City and back again. The course starts at Omuramba and then travels via Koeberg Road, Montague Drive and Century Avenue to its final destination at the Century City rail station. Along the way, the bus stops at Kunene, Dawn, Esso, First, Marconi, Bolt, Drill, Bosmansdam, Century Gate, Estuaries, Waterview, Waterford, Canal Walk North, Canal Walk South and Grand Canal.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

251 Century City – Montague Gardens

Weekdays peak 

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 10 minutes

 

Weekdays off-peak

5:30am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 10:37pm

Every 10 – 20  minutes

Weekends and public holidays

6:25am – 10:32pm

Every 20 minutes

R8.90 – R12.50 (Standard peak)

R6.80 – R9.40 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 – R8.80 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 – R6.60 (Movers Package off-peak)

ATLANTIS ROUTES
On 12 April 2014, the MyCiTi service extended to include the West Coast town of Atlantis so that commuters can quickly and easily journey between this main centre and surrounding areas. Two main routes connect Atlantis with Omuramba and Melkbosstrand (the T03 and 239 detailed in the West Coast suburbs section above) and several other feeder lanes link the town with the nearby areas of Atlantis Industria East, Atlantis Industria West, Saxonsea and Sherwood.

Route

Operating Times

Fare

T03 Atlantis – Table View – Omuramba

Weekdays peak 

See the Melkbosstrand – Table View – Civic Centre section above.

Weekdays off-peak

See the Melkbosstrand – Table View – Civic Centre section above.

Weekends and public holidays

See the Melkbosstrand – Table View – Civic Centre section above.

See the Melkbosstrand – Table View – Civic Centre section above.

231 Atlantis – Atlantis Industria East

Weekdays peak

6:30am – 8:30pm 

4pm – 6pm

Every 15 minutes

 

Weekdays off-peak

5am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 8:28pm

Every 15 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

6:07am – 8:53pm

Every 20 minutes – 1 hour

R8.90 (Standard peak)

R6.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 (Movers Package off-peak)

232 Atlantis – Avondale – Protea Park – Atlantis Industria West

Weekdays peak

6:30am –  8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 12 – 15 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak 

5am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 10:26pm

Every 22 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

5am – 9:42pm

Every 30 minutes – 1 hour

R8.90 (Standard peak)

R6.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 (Movers Package off-peak)

233 Atlantis – Saxonsea

Weekdays peak

6:30am – 8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 10 minutes

Weekdays off-peak 

5am - 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 9:19pm

Every 20 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

6am – 9:19pm

Every 20 minutes – 1 hour

R8.90 (Standard peak)

R6.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 (Movers Package off-peak)

236 Atlantis – Sherwood

Weekdays peak

6:30am –  8:30am

4pm – 6pm

Every 10 minutes 

Weekdays off-peak 

5am – 6:30am

8:30am – 4pm

6pm – 9:18pm

Every 20 minutes – 1 hour

Weekends and public holidays

5:30am – 9:18pm

Every 30 minutes – 1 hour

R8.90 - (Standard peak)

R6.80 (Standard off-peak)

R6.30 (Movers Package peak)

R4.80 (Movers Package off-peak)

239 Atlantis – Duynefontein – Melkbosstrand

 

Weekdays peak

See the Melkbosstrand – Table View – Civic Centre section above.

 

Weekdays off-peak 

See the Melkbosstrand – Table View – Civic Centre section above.

 

Weekends and public holidays

See the Melkbosstrand – Table View – Civic Centre section above.

See the Melkbosstrand – Table View – Civic Centre section above.

Future MyCiTi routes
In late 2014, the West Coast can expect several new bus routes. Such developments will link Atlantis with the Civic Centre and Century City via Table View and will also connect Atlantis with the nearby suburbs of Mamre, Pella, Robinvale and Witsands. In addition, in the future, a new phase of development will see the launch of the Lansdowne/ Wetton Corridor, which will connect 35 communities between the metro south-east and the Southern Suburbs, including those from Nyanga, Philippi, Khayelitsha, Gugulethu, Ottery, Plumstead, Wynberg, Rondebosch, Kenilworth, Claremont and several other suburbs. Construction of this corridor will begin in mid-2015 and should hopefully be completed by 2020.

MyCiTi bus fares
Though initially marginally more expensive than taking a minibus taxi or train, travelling via the MyCiTi bus is now not only more efficient and much safer, but also more cost-effective. 

It is important to note that MyCiTi is a cashless system, except for the airport route, for which paper tickets can still be bought. For all other routes, you will have to load money onto a myconnect card, which can be purchased at MyCiTi station kiosks and participating retailers for R35 (note: on 1 November 2014, kiosk operating hours changes and underused kiosks were closed – check the MyCiTi website for details). Kids under the age of four travel for free, as does anyone who’s less than one metre tall.

Do note, as of August 2013, MyCiTi fares are charged on a distance-travelled basis and vary depending on whether you travel during peak or off-peak periods.

Cleanliness is holiness
The stations, buses and bus stops are maintained with the utmost care and integrity.

Each bus stop is enclosed by glass walls, providing passengers with suitable protection against the unpredictable Cape Town weather.       

Security guards ensure the safety of passengers both on the buses and in the stations. Every station has a check point at the entrance, and no one is admitted without a valid ticket.

The City of Cape Town has gone the extra mile to ensure the efficient transport of its people; though, while ‘the bus for us’ has considerably narrowed the playing field between South African and international transport standards, it still has some way to go.

Watch this space…

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