Traffic signal on Prince George Drive vandalised again

Traffic signal on Prince George Drive vandalised again

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The City of Cape Town is calling on residents to please help identify those responsible for vandalising the traffic signal at the intersection of Prince George Drive (M5) and Oude Vlei Road in Marina Da Gama, in the Far South. The signal has now been destroyed for the fourth time in eight months.

MyCiTi brings festive cheer

MyCiTi brings festive cheer

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The 2019 festive season is here and MyCiTi has made special arrangements to suit the needs of residents and visitors over this period. The City of Cape Town is encouraging holiday makers to take advantage of the longer bus operating hours and additional routes which have been put in place specifically for the holiday period.

City to spend R65 million on new transport facility for Somerset West

City to spend R65 million on new transport facility for Somerset West

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The City of Cape Town will be spending approximately R65 million on the construction of a new public transport interchange in Somerset West. This is the biggest public investment in the central business district in recent years, and residents are invited to attend the information sessions in January 2020 where officials will share the details.

Kommetjie Road Project nearing completion

Kommetjie Road Project nearing completion

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The City of Cape Town has made good progress with the Kommetjie Road Project, one of our flagship interventions to relieve congestion in the Kommetjie area in the Far South. The roadworks will cease on Thursday, 12 December 2019, and will commence after the builders’ holiday on 8 January 2020.