The City of Cape Town will commence with the extension of Belhar Main Road in August this year. The project will alleviate traffic congestion in Highbury and the surrounding areas, as well as support future developments planned for this region.
Leading up to Mandela Day, the City of Cape Town’s Executive Mayor, Alderman Dan Plato, and Mayoral Committee Members Councillor Malusi Booi (Human Settlements) and Alderman Felicity Purchase (Transport) joined contractors at the Masiphumelele Phase 4 housing project to check on the progress of the project as well as to assist with painting houses and mixing mortar, among other building tasks.
The City of Cape Town recently received an award from the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) for the rehabilitation of the Strand sea wall. The project was recognised for technical excellence in the Marine and Harbour Category. This new sea wall was designed to withstand storms by deflecting water and sand, and to endure the impact of climate change for the next 30 years.
The City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, Alderman Felicity Purchase, awarded Siyabonga Jubeju – a regulator at the Civic Centre MyCiTi bus station – with a MyCiTian Award for outstanding customer relations.
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.