The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate is investigating the accident involving a MyCiTi N2 Express bus earlier this evening along Nelson Mandela Boulevard outbound, before Browning Road. We can confirm that no fatalities have been reported to the City.
The City of Cape Town wants to inform residents and all road users of partial road closures in the Elsies Industria area over the next month due to a road resurfacing project. The work will take place between 4 July and 11 August 2022.
The City of Cape Town’s Transport Infrastructure Implementation Department has recently completed the remedial works along the Welcome Zenzile Road link. This after a portion of the embankment slopes of this road eroded due to a sewage spill caused by a blockage in the overloaded sewer system. The road links Ndlulamthi Street in Khayelitsha with Ntlolokshane Street in Kuyasa in Khayelitsha, is 280m long and elevated by 5m.
The City of Cape Town wants to inform residents and all road users of partial road closures along Jakes Gerwel Drive this week due to rehabilitation work that is required at the Viking Way intersection. The work will take place at night between 28 June and 30 June 2022; and over the weekend from 2 July to 3 July 2022.
The City’s Urban Mobility Directorate has a number of road maintenance and upgrade projects planned and under way in the Brackenfell area to support the major developments taking place in this vicinity of the northern suburbs.
The Makhaza Public Transport Interchange construction is making good progress.
The City’s Road Infrastructure Management Department has commenced with the upgrading of Non-Motorised Transport (NMT) facilities in Blue Downs, Eerste River, this week. The work will take place over the next week along Buttskop Road in Blue Downs. Traffic flow will be impacted and road users are advised to use alternative routes as far as possible.
The City of Cape Town wants to inform commuters that roadworks will take place along Kloof Nek Road on Friday, 24 June 2022. Traffic flow will be impacted and road users are advised to use alternative routes as far as possible
The City of Cape Town’s Road Infrastructure Management Department in collaboration with the Water and Sanitation Department, has done extensive work to the detention pond adjacent to Plantation Road, on the border of Wallacedene and Belmont Park, to mitigate severe future flooding in the area. The work was undertaken after an unforeseen blockage in the outlet system caused the pond to overflow, leaving several houses flooded in Belmont Park last year.
The City’s Road Infrastructure Management Department has dispatched over 100 teams from depots across Cape Town to attend to flooding related complaints and incidents. All standby teams were attending to overnight incidents as we have recorded very high rainfall within a 24-hour period.