Voortrekker Road refurbishment a success

Voortrekker Road refurbishment a success

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The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate recently refurbished Voortrekker Road between Jakes Gerwel Drive and Vasco Boulevard in Goodwood. The newly resurfaced road has been open to commuters since earlier this month. The City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, Councillor Rob Quintas visited the area today to see the work the Roads Infrastructure and Management team has completed on this important section of Voortrekker Road.

Welcome Zenzile Street extension back on track

Welcome Zenzile Street extension back on track

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The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate has resumed construction of a road that will link Nomatse Street and Ndlulamthi Street. This link will connect two communities from Kuyasa in Khayelitsha. Residents from Makhaza east and west currently have to use dirt tracks to get to the other side.

Multi-million rand Belhar Main Road upgrade extension now open to commuters

Multi-million rand Belhar Main Road upgrade extension now open to commuters

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The City of Cape Town’s Executive Mayor, Alderman Dan Plato, conducted a site inspection of the successfully completed Belhar Main Road project site in Highbury, Kuils River. The City has invested R49 million in the extension of Belhar Main Road to assist with alleviating traffic congestion in Highbury and surrounding areas. This extension will support future developments planned for this area.

Part of Philip Kgosana Drive outbound lane closed

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The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate will close a section of the Philip Kgosana Drive outbound lane from Cape Town while working on stabilising the slope along this roadway. At least one lane will always be open to traffic in both directions, however, traffic moving in both directions along Philip Kgosana Drive will be affected.

EPWP Women-at-Work repair teams on the road to final year of skills development

EPWP Women-at-Work repair teams on the road to final year of skills development

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The City of Cape Town’s women-only road repair teams’ 116 participants is on the final stretch of this three-year skills development project. The Women-at-Work Programme has one working team in each of the City’s Roads Infrastructure Management Depots (RIMD). Mayoral Committee Member for Urban Management, Alderman Grant Twigg, recently visited a team in Area North and also spent time with them fixing potholes and cleaning stormwater drains. See the video here: https://youtu.be/YvQTX-KjuXA 

Langeberg Road resurfacing commencing soon

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The City’s Transport Directorate is set to commence with the resurfacing of a section of Langeberg Road eastbound in Durbanville, on Monday, 2 August 2021. The work is scheduled to take a week to complete with the completion date expected to be 6 August 2021, pending unforeseen delays and inclement weather.