The TCT Constitution By-Law, No 7208 of 2013 has paved the way for the TCT Long Term Strategy, which has a collective 15 year timeline.
All four strategies commenced concurrently with the establishment of TCT in 2014 and are enabled through various projects or programmes, whether governance, instrumental or investment-orientated. The incremental implementation towards achieving the four strategies will be measured against the Transport Development Index.
- Strategy A: Consolidation of the TCT Transport Authority model in Cape Town and the implementation of related projects and the programmes that illustrates TCT’s focus on performance orientated service delivery and establishment of the investment logic.
- Strategy B: Consolidation of the TCT Transport Authority financial management strategy and the investment logic under the MLTF ensuring that projects and programmes enable the parameters of Section 27 and 28 of the NLTA.
- Strategy C: Rollout of integrated road and rail public transport across the City of Cape Town with the focus on one brand, one ticket and one integrated timetable, as well as achieving commuter-orientated public transport
- Strategy D: Ensure that priority costs of the four user groups is halved within 15 years for the benefit of the citizens of and visitors to Cape Town. This strategy has identified user main user groups, each with different access priorities. The user groups include, public transport, private car, non-motorised transport (NMT) and freight.