Cape Town Station is the flagship station within the Cape Metropolitan Council and is situated alongside the well-known Strand Street, Adderley Street and Old Marine Drive, respectively. This significant transport node forms an integral part of the Central Business District (CBD) and is the heartbeat of public transport to thousands of people on daily basis. Cape Town Station offers passengers an unrivalled experience that draws people by train, bus, taxi and on foot to shop, bank, meet, play, work and travel. The public’s experience has been further enhanced with retail, banking and hospitality opportunities. The Cape Town Station also has a Deck that hosts Small Business Enterprises (Fleamarket) and adds great value to the pedestrians making use of the adjacent Taxi Rank, in a very close proximity. The Railway SAPS facility is also located in the Cape Town Station to ensure safety of Commuters, PRASA’s assets and public at the station.

A new addition at Cape Town Station: PARADE CONCOURSE Built in 1966 served as a separate entrance for “non-whites”, with stairs leading directly to the third-class carriages below. This 126M project saw Parade Concourse being transformed into a Convenience Centre for the Commuters and station users. The new concourse boasts services like ATMs, Food and Clothing Outlets, and Cellular shops.