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A new traffic calming policy, aimed at addressing a backlog of 500 projects and protecting vulnerable pedestrians such as children on their way to school, is being considered by the City of Cape Town. Residents, role players and interested parties are requested to air their views during the public participation process that is currently underway.
‘The public participation process commenced on Wednesday 1 July 2015 and will close on 16 August 2015. I want to urge residents and interested parties to please take the time to submit their written comments about the proposed policy. We are trying our best to make our roads as safe as possible for all road users, in particular for our children, but we cannot do this on our own. Apart from obeying the rules of the road, residents can also play their part by assisting us to find the delicate balance between policy, resourcing, engineering and education,’ said Councillor Herron.
People who are unable to read or write and who have disabilities, as well as disadvantaged groups who are unable to submit written comments are encouraged to contact Anele Viti on 021 400 1652 or e-mail email@example.com for special assistance.