In line with its vision of investing in transport infrastructure in Cape Town, the City’s transport authority, Transport for Cape Town, will be completing important upgrades during March and April.

Starting on Wednesday, 2 March 2016, TCT will (be completing) commence with resurfacing work on a section of Lower Church Street. Work will take place after hours in order to limit the impact on normal traffic flow and is expected to be completed by the end of April 2016.

The road maintenance work will focus on repairing cracks and deformations in the road surface. The work is aimed at extending the durability of the city’s roads and ensuring that people and goods can move around within Cape Town for years to come.

The following stretch of road will be affected:

• LOWER CHURCH STREET – starting at the intersection of Albert Road and continuing approximately 1.2 km where it joins FW de Klerk Boulevard, including all ramps onto and off FW de Klerk Boulevard and all bridges on Lower Church Street.

Transport for Cape Town apologises for any inconvenience caused and thanks residents for their patience.

For updates on the project, call 0800 65 64 63 or follow @Transport4CT on Twitter.