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The Cycling Strategy aims to increase cycling mode share from the current 1% to 8% by 2030 which will contribute to a reduction in congestion and greenhouse gas emissions.
The City of Cape Town is determined to reduce the loss of life as well as the number of people injured on its roads. To achieve this, the City works with its partners in road traffic management to achieve the road safety objectives.
The Operating Licence Strategy for minibus taxis is part of the Comprehensive Integrated Transport Plan.
The City of Cape Town’s strategy for these public transport services which are available for hire by hailing.
Cape Town’s approach to encouraging non-motorised transport and enhancing the NMT experience.
Travel demand management aims to shift travel demand, encouraging behaviour change, particularly on the part of motorists who drive single occupancy vehicles (SOVs) and support the shift to public transport and non-motorised transport modes.
The Freight Management Strategy enables the City’s transport system to deliver the efficient, reliable, safe and secure movement of goods to support economic growth and protect the quality of the environment.
The IDP is a cornerstone of post-apartheid local government planning and sets out a five-year plan for the Cape Town municipal area.
The Integrated Human Settlements Five-Year Strategic Plan review offers a clear view of the challenges and opportunities facing the City of Cape Town in terms of providing for the housing needs of Cape Town’s steadily growing and increasingly urbanised population. This plan is closely aligned with, and contributes to, the City’s overarching Five-Year Integrated Development Plan.
The Comprehensive Integrated Transport Plan (CITP) 2018 – 2023 describes how TDA will bring about the delivery of integrated, intermodal and interoperable transport and its related road, stormwater, bridge and rail network in Cape Town, and across the functional area.
The National Land Transport Act (2009) requires that all metropolitan municipalities prepare a Comprehensive Integrated Transport Plan (CITP). An Integrated Public Transport Network (IPTN), which forms part of the CITP, is defined in the NLTA as a system in a particular area that integrates public transport services between modes, with through-ticketing and other appropriate mechanisms to provide users of the system with optimal solutions to travel between origins and destinations in a seamless manner.
The IPTN encompasses all modes of public transport, including rail and road-based technologies, as well as proposals for improving non-motorised transport (bicycle and pedestrian) access and park-and-ride facilities at modal interchange locations.
The Service Delivery and Budget Implementation Plan details the implementation of service delivery and the budget for the financial year in compliance with the Municipal Finance Management Act of 2003.
The business plan for MyCiTi, Cape Town’s Integrated Rapid Transit system, including Phases 1A, Phase 1B and the N2 Express.
The City of Cape Town’s Built Environment Performance Plan highlights the importance of spatial transformation. This revision demonstrates the planning rationale and financial strategy to support the initiatives at the heart of the City’s spatial restructuring agenda and underpin a revised spatial narrative and logic.
Rail is the backbone of transport in Cape Town, playing an important role in economic growth and access to jobs and opportunities. The crisis in the rail service has prompted the City of Cape Town to develop this plan for urban rail to be assigned to the City.
The Landscape Master Plan sets out key objectives to ensure that the coastline is suitably protected, managed, maintained and sustainably developed to facilitate a balance between the needs of penguins and people as well as establishing broad principles for the improvement and redevelopment of the larger precinct.
The City of Cape Town has prepared an Operating License Plan (OLP) as a part of the Comprehensive Integrated Transport Plan (CITP) 2018-2023 in terms of the requirements of the Minimum Requirements for the Preparation of Integrated Transport Plans, Government Gazette No. 40174 of 29 July 2016. The OLP provides clear guidance as which operating license applications should be recommended or rejected by the City as a Planning Authority. The recommendations are binding to the National Public Transport Regulator (NPTR) and Regulating Entities (RE).
The Cape Town Municipal Spatial Development Framework (MSDF) guides and manages urban growth and balances competing land use demands by putting in place a long-term, logical development path to shape the spatial form and structure of Cape Town.
Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is about changing, developing, and stimulating the built form of the city in such a way that the movement patterns of people and goods are optimised to create urban efficiencies and enable social equality and economic development.
The TOD Strategic Framework identifies the tools and mechanisms to be employed by various role players who have a collective impact on development to ensure that they move progressively toward a more sustainable, compact and equitable urban form.
Making transit oriented development a reality in Cape Town.
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