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Cape Town's Transport and Urban Development Authority

The Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) is the City of Cape Town’s driving force for achieving a more equal society based on integrated opportunities, economic inclusion, and access to opportunities.  TDA combines the functions of the old Transport for Cape Town (TCT) with spatial planning and urban development, the management of environmental resources and affordable housing so the City of Cape Town can align its policies and strategies to address the challenges it currently faces.

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MyCiTi going places with new stops, routes and timetables

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 The City is launching five new MyCiTi bus stops, improved timetables, and direct and express routes to create an even more efficient service. This roll-out is fittingly being done during October, which is Transport Month. The changes are set to meet the increase in passenger demand and help cut travel time. Commuters will also have an opportunity to enjoy a free-ride day on 29 October 2017.

 
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Hamilton Naki Square in Langa lays foundation for architecture award

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 Hamilton Naki Square, one of the City of Cape Town’s Community Residential Unit (CRU) projects in Langa, has been recognised by the Cape Institute for Architecture. This affirms the City’s commitment to providing well-located housing opportunities and helping to ensure safer communities through urban design, while creating jobs.  

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