The City of Cape Town is doing its best to resolve the impasse that has led to the suspension of the N2 Express service
Commuters from Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha should please note that the City will be refunding MyCiTi passengers who have bought monthly packages for the N2 Express service as from Friday morning, 7 June 2019.
The City of Cape Town is doing its best to resolve the current impasse that has led to the temporary suspension of the N2 Express service.
The City of Cape Town regrets to inform MyCiTI commuters from Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha that the N2 Express service will be unavailable until further notice.
All Capetonians arrange their lives around traffic, be it the thousands of commuters who rely on public transport to get to work, the motorists who travel in private vehicles to their destinations or the businesses who need our road network to move their goods and services to grow our economy.
The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate commenced with a road maintenance project on Jakes Gerwel Drive in Philippi earlier this month. Road users are advised that the construction will take place over a period of four months until the end of September 2019.
The Rail Enforcement Unit (REU) arrested nine suspects and inspected 147 hot spot areas and scrapyards the past week. Furthermore, the Metrorail Protection Services made nine arrests and ensured that 25 suspects remain in custody.
Roads in certain areas across Cape Town are prone to flooding during the rainy season. Flooding often occurs due to blocked stormwater drains, mostly as a result of illegal dumping into the City’s stormwater system. The City urges communities to please refrain from dumping objects in stormwater drains, and to report anyone who is doing so. Residents can also do their part by clearing their driveways, pavements and gutters.
Officials are engaging with taxi drivers who staged a second illegal blockade outside Gallows Hill in Green Point this morning, 6 May 2019.
The Rail Enforcement Unit (REU) inspected 155 hot spot areas and scrapyards last week and the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s multi-disciplinary teams patrolled 927 trains.