MAIN ROAD REFURBISHMENT PROGRESSING WELL

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To date the City of Cape Town has invested nearly R250 million in the rehabilitation of Main Road and the replacement of vital services such as water mains, sewer pipes and electricity cables in the Southern Peninsula.

CITY TO ENFORCE GREEN CYCLE LANES

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The City of Cape Town has noted complaints from the cycling fraternity and media reports about motorists parking or driving in the green lanes that are for the exclusive use of cyclists. Steps will be taken during the course of the next few weeks to address the lawlessness and general disregard along cycle lanes within the city and in Salt River.

MAYORAL COMMITTEE ADOPTS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY TO ADDRESS APARTHEID SPATIAL PLANNING AND TRANSPORT INEFFICIENCIES

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The City of Cape Town anticipates that by the year 2032, Cape Town may need an additional 500 000 new dwelling units; retail space of 1 000 000 m²; office space of 3 500 000 m²; and industrial development comprising 4 500 000 m² to deal with the projected population growth. The location and nature of these future developments will have a significant impact on the millions of people who will be living and working in the city.

CITY SEEKS PARTNER TO PROVIDE WI-FI ON MYCITI BUSES

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The City of Cape Town is once again taking innovative steps in a bid to become the first digital city in Africa. We are pleased to announce that we have engaged in a project to expand the availability of internet access to the public through the provision of Wi-Fi on all MyCiTi buses in the near future.

CITY WELCOMES GRANTING OF OPERATING LICENCES TO UBER DRIVERS

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The City of Cape Town welcomes the granting of 145 metered taxi operating licences for operators who will be using Uber as a technology partner. This service has the potential to raise the quality of service in our city and to make on-demand transport services more commuter-focused and commuter-friendly.

NEW RETAINING WALL UNDER CONSTRUCTION ALONG THE SEA AT CLOVELLY

NEW RETAINING WALL UNDER CONSTRUCTION ALONG THE SEA AT CLOVELLY

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The City of Cape Town has reached the halfway mark with its multi-million rand rehabilitation of Main Road, one of the Southern Peninsula’s most scenic access roads. Apart from the construction of a new retaining wall above the old Clovelly station, new underground services are also being installed to secure the provision of potable water to the residents living in the south.

MYCITI EXTENDS ATLANTIS ROUTES AND OPERATING TIMES

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The City of Cape Town has, after a number of extensive meetings with residents from Atlantis, Mamre and Pella, made some immediate changes to the MyCiTi timetables to better serve the commuters from these areas. More adjustments to the feeder routes and additions to the night and the trunk services will be implemented over a period of eight weeks.