MyCiTi launches travelling app and new website for commuters

MyCiTi launches travelling app and new website for commuters

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The City of Cape Town’s MyCiTi bus service today launched the official MyCiTi mobile app and new website. Commuters can now enjoy these online platforms as their personal planning tools to map out their journey; search for timetables and buses; calculate their trip fare; and check their card balance.

City seeking interim operator for N2 Express service

City seeking interim operator for N2 Express service

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The City of Cape Town regrets to inform MyCiTi commuters that the N2 Express Company shareholders have failed to meet the deadline for the service to be reinstated on 28 September 2019. Given that the City now has to proceed with a supply chain management process to appoint an interim service provider, the N2 Express service will only start operating by December 2019, if all goes as planned.

Rail Enforcement Unit deployed for another year

Rail Enforcement Unit deployed for another year

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The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works, the Passenger Rail Service of South Africa (PRASA) and the City of Cape Town have affirmed their commitment to the safety and security of Metrorail commuters and infrastructure by extending the deployment of the Rail Enforcement Unit for another year.

City Law Enforcement officers get on the bus for a safer ride

City Law Enforcement officers get on the bus for a safer ride

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To ensure a safer environment for passengers on the Golden Arrow Bus Service (GABS), the City’s Law Enforcement Department has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with GABS that will pave the way for Law Enforcement officers to do duty on buses. This on board enforcement will add value to the service and ensure the safety of passengers.

Aint no prima donnas - #Sebenza Girl!

Aint no prima donnas - #Sebenza Girl!

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The statement that hard work pays off, is true for two City female engineers whose hard work has earned them the recognition and respect of their counterparts in a profession dubbed as a ‘man’s world’