<div class="ExternalClassE704277BABE4424E9C648346A8B29AF7"><p>​Traffic to the Granger Bay side of Victoria Wharf will be re-directed onto a parallel road that leads to the current tour bus parking area. Traffic signage will be in place to help direct motorists, as well as pedestrians who use the current MyCiTi or Golden Arrow bus services. For the duration of this construction, the ranking for metered taxis will be moved to the grass embankment area near the Table Bay traffic circle.<br> <br>The tour bus drop and go zone will remain where the current tour buses are parking and there will be 5 reserved parking bays. Parking for tour buses will be moved to open parking area by Table Bay circle.<br> <br>The development of the actual top structure of the MyCiTi station will start in February 2014, with an expected completion date of July 2014. The station, called Waterfront station, at the end of the route is situated on the main trunk route, that connects with the Civic Centre station, from where passengers can catch connecting buses to other destinations on the ever-expanding MyCiTi network.  There are other kerbside stops in the V&A Waterfront precinct, such as Breakwater, and Waterfront Silo.  These stops are located on area routes that also connect with the main hub at the Civic Centre station, but via different routes, allowing MyCiTi to better service the area.<br> <br>"We are very excited to be able to partner with the V&A Waterfront in what we see as a mutually beneficial relationship – offering convenient, top-quality transport for their patrons, and a world-class tourist destination fo0r our passengers," said Councillor Brett Herron, Mayoral Committee Member: Transport for Cape Town.</p></div><img alt="" height="180" src="/sites/waterfrontcontent/News%20Images/IRT.jpg?Width=265&Height=180" width="265" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />2013-07-31T22:00:00Z



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