The City’s Transport Directorate is investing approximately R2,1 million to improve traffic flow on Kloofnek Road, and to create a safe footway for pedestrians along Signal Hill Road. The project commenced in April and is scheduled for completion by the end of August 2020, pending unforeseen delays and inclement weather conditions.
The Executive Mayor Dan Plato was joined by Alderman Felicity Purchase, the Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, on a site visit to the MyCiTi station in Adderley Street. The purpose of the inspection was to check that the service is operating under COVID-19 hygiene and social distancing protocols.
Two years ago, the City’s Transport Directorate partnered with the Milnerton Estates and Garden Cities in converting Sandown Road and Malibongwe Drive up to the Potsdam interchange into a dual carriageway.
As we enter Level 3 of the national lockdown period it is more important than ever to stay committed, and to follow the basic health and safety rules to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Meet Sonwabile Kewana, Heflin Fransman and Hayley Franz, three of the essential services employees at the City’s Transport Information Centre (TIC). They assist Capetonians with transport queries on a daily basis and have remained passionate and motivated during the lockdown. The TIC is still operating 24/7 to assist commuters and residents.
The City wants to remind commuters whose myconnect cards expire this month to replace the card by 31 May 2020 if they need to use the MyCiTi service in coming weeks.
The City of Cape Town will commence with the rehabilitation of both Erica and Belhar Drive this coming week. The City is investing R46 million in the project where key portions of Erica Drive and Belhar Drive between the Stellenbosch Arterial Road and Alabama Avenue will be rehabilitated.
The City will, within the next few days, commence with emergency repairs and temporary coastal protection work along Beach Road in Strand.
The City of Cape Town commenced with the rehabilitation of Giel Basson Drive yesterday, 11 May 2020. The work was planned for 31 March 2020 but had to be put on hold due to the COVID-19 lockdown. Given that the Level 4 lockdown regulations allow for civil engineering for public works such as road construction and repairs, work is now underway.