POLICIES

FLOODPLAIN AND RIVER CORRIDOR MANAGEMENT POLICY, 2009

A policy to reduce the impact of flooding on community livelihoods and regional economies and safeguard human health, protect natural aquatic environments, and improve and maintain recreational water quality.

MANAGEMENT OF URBAN STORMWATER IMPACTS POLICY, 2009

A policy that aims to minimise the undesirable impact of stormwater runoff from developed areas by introducing water sensitive urban design principles to urban planning and stormwater management in Cape Town.

TRAFFIC CALMING POLICY, 2016

A policy that governs the implementation of traffic calming measures on public roads within the City of Cape Town as well as directives relating to the funding of traffic calming measures.

DEVELOPMENT CHARGES POLICY FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES, 2014

A policy that aims to recover the portion of the capital cost of economic infrastructure that is attributable to particular developments and enable the provision of economic infrastructure to support land development.

PARKING POLICY, 2014

This policy is a comprehensive approach to the provision, management, regulation and enforcement of parking in the City of Cape Town.

SECURITY HUT POLICY, 2014

This policy aims to address and accommodate the private security needs of neighbourhoods in Cape Town without conflicting with City infrastructure, and in compliance with legislation.

UNIVERSAL ACCESS POLICY, 2014

This policy sets out a comprehensive approach to the planning, provision, management, regulation and enforcement of universal access measures for the City area and provides policy principles to guide rail, bus, minibus taxi and non-motorised transport infrastructure development.

CITY POLICY ON COMPENSATION OF MINIBUS TAXI AND OTHER OPERATORS, AS AMENDED 2016

This policy sets out the City of Cape Town’s approach to compensation for minibus taxi operators who are directly affected by the rollout of the MyCiTi bus service.

FARES FOR CONTRACTED, ROAD-BASED PUBLIC TRANSPORT POLICY, 2014

This policy establishes the principles and goals that underlie and guide the City’s fare-related decisions for developing or adjusting fare design or pricing levels, in accordance with legislation.

STANDARDS

MINIMUM STANDARDS: ROADS AND STORMWATER DESIGN, 2013

These guidelines lay down minimum standards for township developments within the City of Cape Town. A township development is defined as the planning, design and construction of the roads and utility services infrastructure required to service a residential, commercial or industrial community.