City attends to roads in Durbanville

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The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate is busy with road rehabilitation and refurbishment work along Langeberg Road and St. John Road in Durbanville. The City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, Alderman Felicity Purchase, visited the project site to see the progress made thus far.

Mitigation measures to prevent floods, mudslides after Table Mountain fire

Mitigation measures to prevent floods, mudslides after Table Mountain fire

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The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate has assessed road and stormwater infrastructure in the areas affected by the recent fire on Table Mountain. Several measures have been implemented and others are ongoing to mitigate mudslides, flooding, and debris landing up on roads. The winter rainfall season is upon us and over the last 24 hours we have already experienced strong winds and rain across the city.

City upgrades traffic signals to improve pedestrian safety in CBD

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The City of Cape Town will be upgrading the traffic signals at the Darling Street and Sir Lowry Road intersection and at the Tennant and Caledon Streets intersection this month. The upgrades at these two busy intersections in the Cape Town CBD are intended to improve pedestrian safety. The City has invested R40 million into this 24-month long project, which commenced in August 2020.