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Metered taxi operators in Adderley Street to be relocated

Metered taxis wait near the Cape Town Train Station, photo by Lisa Burnell

The City of Cape Town plans to relocate the metered taxi ranking facilities in Adderley Street between Riebeeck Street and Hans Strijdom Avenue. Continued…

September 12, 2012

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MyCiTi, making public transport more accessible

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Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, Roads and Stormwater Brett Herron, in an op-ed originally published in the Cape Argus on 2 July 2012, details how MyCiTi is working to ensure all Capetonians can have access to its services. Continued…

July 11, 2012

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Nine-metre MyCiTi buses roll off Epping production line

A MyCiti bus under construction in the Epping Busmark factory

MyCiTi is helping to boost local industry and create jobs, as the first buses for the upcoming Central City services roll off the production line at the Busmark factory in Epping. Continued…

June 1, 2012

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MyCiTi Airport Shuttle – “Clean, Neat and Quick”

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Some comments from patrones onboard the MyCiti Airport Shuttle. Continued…

October 12, 2010

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Council Approves a Range of MyCiTi Fares

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The Cape Town City Council on 29 August 2010 approved a range of fares for passengers using both the existing MyCiTi airport bus shuttle and the inner-city service which is planned to begin operating in the last week of September 2010. Continued…

August 30, 2010

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City repeats ‘Free Friday’ for MyCiTi bus service on 02 and 09 July

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Friday 02 July and 09 July will again be ‘Free Fridays’ on Cape Town’s MyCiTi IRT bus service, following on the success of the first Free Friday last week. Continued…

July 1, 2010

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