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The City of Cape Town's Transport Authority, Transport for Cape Town (TCT) through its TCT Constitution By-Law, is responsible for planning, costing, contracting, regulating, monitoring, evaluating, communicating, managing and maintaining the City of Cape Town's transport infrastructure, systems, operations, facilities and network. 

Transport for Cape Town is the custodian and authority over the entire ambit of the transport and related lifecycle for infrastructure in Cape Town. TCT aims to improve the transport system in a pioneering, industrious and fair manner, through setting the standards and managing a complex environment. Further, it is required to regulate efficient and safe, integrated, intermodal and inter-operable transport systems, as well as ensuring performance oriented service delivery for all citizens and visitors to Cape Town.  Our focus is to invest in a new transport legacy for Cape Town, South Africa. 

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In March 2016, the City of Cape Town’s Council adopted a new approach to integrated spatial and transport planning to accelerate our efforts to eradicate the legacy of apartheid spatial planning and to assist us in building a more equitable and inclusive city. The policy document called the Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Strategic Framework serves as the City of Cape Town’s long-term development strategy.

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In March 2016 Council adopted its Transit-Orientated Development (TOD) Strategic Framework which prescribes how new developments across Cape Town should address apartheid spatial inequality, urbanisation and the high cost of public transport, while also stimulating economic growth.

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