City of Cape Town launches two bus services
Cape Town, South Africa – The city of Cape Town launches two bus services on Saturday.
Cape Town, South Africa – The city of Cape Town launches two bus services on Saturday. The "MyCiti" busses will have two services, one for the inner city and one for the Cape Town airport.
Both services will start on Saturday 29 May.
This service will run between the Civic Centre on Hertzog Boulevard in central Cape Town, and Cape Town International Airport. It will be a permanent service, continuing after the World Cup.
The service that will be launched this Saturday will consist of two loops, travelling around the city in opposite directions. The two loops follow the same route except for Long and Loop Streets, which are one-way roads.
The service travelling anti-clockwise (if the route is viewed from the south), will leave the Civic Centre Station on Hertzog Boulevard and travel along Coen Steytler Avenue, stopping at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. It will then travel up Long Street and go into Orange Street, along Annandale and Mill Streets, and then down Buitenkant to the Grand Parade, where there will be a Fan Park during the World Cup. The bus will then turn right into Keizergracht and left into Oswald Pirow, before turning left into Hertzog Boulevard to travel back to the Civic Centre Station.