The City of Cape Town recently conducted a comprehensive review of the MyCiTi bus service. As a result, a number of changes will take effect on 27 October 2018 when we will introduce routes to new destinations as well as more direct routes with fewer transfers, and 29 new bus stops.
"Today I had the pleasure of spending part of my morning with female employees of the MyCiTi bus service to learn more about the work they do on a day-to-day basis."
The public will have the opportunity to see the season’s new flowers blooming on their doorstep
The Lightfoot memorial, one of Cape Town’s iconic monuments located in the square adjacent to the Trafalgar Place Flower Market, is currently undergoing a much-needed and well-deserved upgrade.
The City of Cape Town this morning, 20 September 2018, applied for and was granted an urgent interdict against an organisation that is preventing elderly beneficiaries – some older than 70 years – from moving into their State-subsidised homes in Morningstar in Durbanville.
South Africa’s first Green Coast Status has been awarded today to the City of Cape Town’s Blaauwberg Nature Reserve in recognition of our commitment to preserving the unique flora and fauna along its coastline. In light of this achievement, the City’s Environmental Management Department and its implementing partner, the Friends of Blaauwberg Conservation Area organisation, will continue to actively monitor, maintain and ensure the accessibility of this coastline while providing opportunities for environmental education, sustainable tourism and the empowerment of local communities.
Senior citizens who belong to the Living Legends, a Table View Seniors’ Club, use the MyCiTi bus service for the majority of their monthly excursions. Many of the seniors live with their children, some in retirement villages and some in their own homes.
In celebration of Arbor Month, Councillor Brett Herron, the City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transport and Urban Development, has planted a Milkwood tree, which forms part of the successful Hout Bay Dune Rehabilitation Project.
Today, during a special ceremony, 50 first-time property owners, including 95-year-old pensioner Koolsum Adams, received the title deeds to their state-subsidised homes in the Pelican Park housing development. The remaining 125 title deeds will be issued to beneficiaries over the next few days.
The City’s Transport and Urban Development Authority recently commenced with the extension of Onverwacht Road and the dualling of Old Sir Lowry’s Pass Village Road in Somerset West.