The City of Cape Town wants to inform all commuters that the MyCiTi service remains suspended until further notice. Commuters with a Monthly Pass should please note that we will extend the monthly packages for the time equal to the duration of the national bus drivers’ strike.
The City of Cape Town wants to inform all commuters that the MyCiTi service will be suspended as from Wednesday morning, 12 April 2017, until further notice. No MyCiTi buses will be operating and commuters are requested in advance to please make alternative arrangements.
The City of Cape Town has extended the period for public comment on the draft Outdoor Advertising By-law to 2 May 2017. In addition, the City will host a special information session to engage with the advertising industry about the intent and purposes of the By-law.
A section of Eisleben Road will be a car-free zone on Sunday 2 April 2017, with the celebration of Open Streets Day in Mitchells Plain.
Statement by the City’s mayoral committee member for transport and urban development, councillor Brett Herron.
The City of Cape Town’s Transport and Urban Development Authority will spend approximately R3,6 million on the much needed rehabilitation of the Marine Drive link bridge over FW de Klerk Boulevard in Woodstock.
The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee on Monday 20 March 2017 recommended that Council adopt the draft Travel Demand Management Strategy (TDMS) when it meets next week. The strategy proposes practical solutions to alleviate the traffic congestion on Cape Town’s road network.
The City’s Transport and Urban Development Authority has made good progress with the reinstatement of the Advanced Public Transport Management System which will enable the MyCiTi Control Centre to track and monitor the MyCiTi buses on the 40 MyCiTi routes across Cape Town.
Statement by City’s Executive Mayor, Patricia de Lille
Statement by the City’s mayoral committee member: Transport And Urban Development Authority, Councillor Brett Herron