City’s transit-oriented development projects to tackle apartheid spatial planning and unlock economic development

STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S EXECUTIVE MAYOR, PATRICIA DE LILLE

In March 2016 Council adopted its Transit-Oriented 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. In leveraging City assets, the City of Cape Town will be the catalyst investor in these projects and spur on other investment in projects to unlock

Transit-oriented development projects to ignite urban renewal, economic growth, job creation in Bellville and metro-south east

STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S MAYORAL COMMITTEE MEMBER: TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN, COUNCILLOR BRETT HERRON

The policy document called the Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Strategic Framework serves as the City of Cape Town’s long-term development strategy. It prescribes how new developments across Cape Town should happen and how existing public infrastructure should be transformed to deal with apartheid spatial inequality, the high cost of public transport, and urbanisation while also stimulating economic growth.

What is Transit Oriented Development?

Transit Oriented Development Presentation: From Planning to Implementation

TOD Philippi BRT station

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