The City of Cape Town’s Council earlier today, 13 December 2018, repealed the Constitution of the Transport for Cape Town (TCT) By-law of 2013, and the Constitution of the Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) By-law of 2016.
The new minibus-taxi facility on the corner of Kommetjie and Pokela Roads in Masiphumelele in the Far South is on track to be completed by February 2019.
The City of Cape Town’s Transport and Urban Development Authority has to date handed over keys to 181 beneficiaries who will celebrate the festive season with their families in their new State-subsidised homes in Delft for the first time. Over the coming months, more beneficiaries can expect to move into their new homes as the construction of the Delft housing project progresses.
Drivers of heavy vehicles who are ignoring the compulsory heavy vehicle only-lane at the bottom of Ou Kaapse Weg will, from Monday 10 December 2018, be subject to prosecution.
The City of Cape Town is spending approximately R193 million on a major road infrastructure project that forms part of the roll-out of Phase 2A of the MyCiTi bus service to the Cape Flats. Preparations are under way to turn Jan Smuts Drive (M17) into a dual carriageway between the intersections with Turfhall Road (M24) and Govan Mbeki Road (M9), inclusive of two red bus lanes in the median.
The much-awaited Morkel’s Cottage housing development, which commenced at the beginning of 2017, is progressing well. The delivery of houses got under way today, 23 November 2018, much to the excitement of the beneficiaries who received their keys.
Following a well-planned seven-hour operation, the City of Cape Town’s Environmental Management Department, together with the contractor, removed the last remains of the Commodore II shipwreck from the Diep River in Milnerton on Friday 16 November 2018. The wreck weighed approximately 21 tons and is estimated to be about 14 metres in length and 6,8 metres in width. The wreck was relocated to City-owned land near the Lagoon Beach Hotel.
The City of Cape Town has made good progress with the Kommetjie Road Project, one of our flagship interventions to relieve congestion in the Kommetjie area in the Far South. Apart from the ongoing improvements to the road infrastructure, local residents have also benefitted from temporary work opportunities to the value of over R5,1 million since the start of the project to date.
A resolution passed by the City of Cape Town’s Council on Thursday, 25 October 2018, paves the way for the development of housing projects in Macassar and Hanover Park.
The 100 officers that form part of the much-anticipated Rail Enforcement Unit will be officially deployed this morning, 29 October 2018. This dedicated enforcement unit is to focus on the safety and security of Metrorail commuters and infrastructure.