Negotiations are set to continue in Cape Town today to ensure that the MyCiti public transport bus service is back on the road again before the end of the week. The service, on which thousands of Capetonians rely daily, has been suspended in Khayelitsha and Mitchell's Plain since yesterday after the joint venture contract with the three service providers expired at the end of the month. Mayco member for Transport in the City of Cape Town, Felicity Purchase, says all role players are committed to get a new contract signed as soon as possible: "All parties are talking to each other, we're all looking for a solution, and our lawyers are working on it as we speak, so we're hoping to get it resolved maybe in the wee. Then today, as yesterday and hopefully for the rest of the week, Golden Arrow has put on additional buses, and they're transporting the people, obviously more taxis helping out. Yesterday, people managed to get to work although there were a few delays."