The Rail Enforcement Unit (REU) made two arrests and conducted 751 stop-and-searches this past week. This is in addition to the four suspects arrested by the PRASA Protection Services, SAPS Rapid Rail Response Unit and private security contractors.
The Rail Enforcement Unit (REU) this past week collaborated in 17 joint operations with PRASA Protection Services and SAPS Claremont & Parow. They also made eight arrests.
The City of Cape Town’s Portfolio Committee for Transport this morning unanimously approved the trunk route alignment for the MyCiTi service in the Wynberg area. Should Council endorse the recommendation, the City will invest about R800 million in new infrastructure which will improve public transport and alleviate traffic congestion
The Rail Enforcement Unit (REU) this past week conducted 121 inspections.
Commuters should take note that as from Wednesday, 16 January 2019, the Station Deck minibus-taxi facility in the Cape Town central business district (CBD) will be temporarily closed for much needed maintenance and repairs.
The City of Cape Town’s Council earlier today, 13 December 2018, repealed the Constitution of the Transport for Cape Town (TCT) By-law of 2013, and the Constitution of the Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) By-law of 2016.
The new minibus-taxi facility on the corner of Kommetjie and Pokela Roads in Masiphumelele in the Far South is on track to be completed by February 2019.
The City of Cape Town’s Transport and Urban Development Authority has to date handed over keys to 181 beneficiaries who will celebrate the festive season with their families in their new State-subsidised homes in Delft for the first time. Over the coming months, more beneficiaries can expect to move into their new homes as the construction of the Delft housing project progresses.
Drivers of heavy vehicles who are ignoring the compulsory heavy vehicle only-lane at the bottom of Ou Kaapse Weg will, from Monday 10 December 2018, be subject to prosecution.
The City of Cape Town is spending approximately R193 million on a major road infrastructure project that forms part of the roll-out of Phase 2A of the MyCiTi bus service to the Cape Flats. Preparations are under way to turn Jan Smuts Drive (M17) into a dual carriageway between the intersections with Turfhall Road (M24) and Govan Mbeki Road (M9), inclusive of two red bus lanes in the median.