Where can I load my MyCiTi card?
The retailers are located all over Cape Town – from Gardens, the Central Business District, Woodstock, Hout Bay, Salt River, Century City and Sea Point to Table View, Dunoon, Mitchells Plain, Camps Bay and Khayelitsha.
How do I use my city card?
Tap into the world of MyCiTi Your myconnect card is your ticket to ride. Once you load money onto it you simply tap in and out to pay your fare. There’s no time wasted trying to find cash or to get change – simply tap your card at the start and end of your journey – and enjoy seamless travel.
How do I top up Mycity card?
To top up at cash- accepting ATMs you will need your myconnect card and cash, which will need to be inserted into the cash-accepting slot of the ATM. Many of these facilities are conveniently located near major MyCiTi hubs and open 24/7, and money loaded is available for immediate use.
How much does a MyCiTi card cost?
Each passenger needs a myconnect card to travel except children younger than 4 years old, who travel free. Get your myconnect card for R35 from MyCiTi station kiosks or participating retailers, load your card with money for travel and enjoy convenient, quality public transport to get around CapeTown.
How do I put money on my Connect Card?
How do riders add passes or stored cash value to a ConnectCard?
- Tap the ConnectCard to the orange target located to the right of the screen.
- Your current ConnectCard cash balance and any active or pending passes will show on the screen.
- Follow the onscreen prompts to add a pass or stored cash value to the card.
Is MyCiTi running during lockdown?
Lockdown Restrictions – Level 3 Services are operating in line with the adusted level 3 curfew of 22:00 to 04:00. Please plan your travel and call 0800 65 64 63 for help 24/7. The Airport and Table Mountain services remain suspended and all stations are operating except for Airport, Neptune and Grey.
Is there public transport in Cape Town?
Contrary to popular belief, the Cape Town public transport system is quite efficient. There are vast options to choose from– from trains to taxis – that allow commuters and travelers alike to navigate, discover and explore every corner of the Mother City.
How much is a Golden Arrow bus ticket?
You can find the Golden Arrow Bus Service (GABS) schedle here. Tickets cost between R8 – R15, which you buy as you are getting onto the bus (you can also buy monthly cards at a kiosk) Bus stops are generally marked with a small blue sign. This sign can have a white number on it or a picture of a bus.