Household survey to inform City’s transport plans

Household survey to inform City’s transport plans

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Please note that due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak, the Household Travel Survey has been postponed until further notice. 
The City of Cape Town resumed its regional household travel survey this week. The survey aims to gather data on the travel behaviour of households in Cape Town. Residents are urged to participate in the survey, which will assist in updating future transport plans.

Commuters embrace the MyCiTi mobile app

Commuters embrace the MyCiTi mobile app

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The City of Cape Town launched its MyCiTi mobile application four months ago. Since the launch, over 21 000 commuters have downloaded the app and the site has been accessed more than 430 000 times. The journey planner and timetables are very popular as it allows commuters to plan their journeys with real time information at hand.

Belhar Main Road extended for congestion relief in Highbury, Kuils River

Belhar Main Road extended for congestion relief in Highbury, Kuils River

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Alderman Felicity Purchase, the City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, attended a sod-turning event on Friday, 7 February 2020, to mark the start of the extension of Belhar Main Road in Kuils River. The project will assist with alleviating traffic congestion in Highbury and surrounding areas, as well as support future developments planned for this area.