Several kilometres of walkways and cycle lanes were recently completed in the Kuils River, Blackheath, Eerste River and Kraaifontein areas. These facilities provide pedestrians with safe access between their homes and the local train stations, taxi ranks, schools, and industrial areas, among others.
The City of Cape Town will issue a tender for the procurement of electric buses for the MyCiTi service, in line with our commitment to lowering carbon emissions.
Mitchells Plain will add its name to Open Streets Cape Town’s list of host areas, following the event’s success in Bree Street on 17 January 2016.
By closing Bree Street in the Cape Town central business district on Sunday 17 January 2016, residents and visitors get the opportunity to fully enjoy the space – be it by strolling with their dogs, participating in street games or art, cycling with their families or just walking carefree without needing to be concerned about vehicles.
Golden Arrow will be increasing its fares by an average of 4.9% on 28 December 2015.This is in line with the special conditions of the Interim Contract, which make provision for an annual increase in passenger fares. The previous adjustment was on 29 December 2014.
The City of Cape Town’s Council today, 10 December 2015, endorsed a Congestion Management Programme which sets out the expenditure, infrastructure projects and other interventions aimed at addressing traffic congestion in Cape Town over the next five financial years.
As was the case last year, the City of Cape Town will once again manage the influx of vehicles along the Atlantic Seaboard on 26 December 2015 and 1 January 2016
Transport for Cape Town, the City of Cape Town’s transport authority, has appointed an all-women team to do maintenance work on roads, footways and stormwater pipes in the Southern Peninsula.
The City of Cape Town has, after consultation with resident organisations and business owners from Kalk Bay and Fish Hoek, agreed to open Main Road to two-way traffic for an extended period during the summer holidays.
The rehabilitation of the sea wall to protect Beach Road along the Strand beachfront from windblown sand and frequent flooding during high tides and storms will commence early next year.