City to replace stolen balustrades along Nelson Mandela Boulevard

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The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate will for the next eight months replace stolen balustrades and rehabilitate the existing balustrades along Nelson Mandela Boulevard. Work is scheduled to commence in March with the expected completion date being the end of December 2021, pending unforeseen delays and inclement weather.

Road users in Somerset West advised of works along Somerset Street

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The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate will be doing emergency maintenance on a stormwater grid in Somerset Street in Somerset West starting today, 16 March 2021. The work will continue for the next two weeks, if all goes according to plan. Traffic in the area will be accommodated via detours with the necessary signage in place.

 

First phase of Dunoon Public Transport Interchange complete

First phase of Dunoon Public Transport Interchange complete

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The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, Alderman Felicity Purchase and the Mayoral Committee Member for Urban Management, Alderman Grant Twigg, went on a walk about at the Dunoon Public Transport Interchange (PTI), commonly known as the taxi rank. The facility is under construction and the first phase was completed recently. The PTI is located on the corner of Potsdam and Dumani Roads.

Lwandle stormwater system upgrade well underway

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The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate has made good progress with its stormwater upgrade project in Lwandle over the past three months. Construction commenced in November 2020 and has since improved the existing stormwater channels, which ensures stomwater drainage within the retention dam area. The City aims to complete the project in July 2021, ahead of the major rainfall season.

Jakes Gerwel Drive to get a face lift

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The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate will commence with the rehabilitation of Jakes Gerwel Drive between Blue Gum Street and Viking Road in the second week of March 2021. The work is scheduled to take approximately 15 months to complete, pending unforeseen delays and inclement weather.

Erica Drive rehabilitation nearing completion

Erica Drive rehabilitation nearing completion

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The City of Cape Town is making good progress with the rehabilitation of Erica Drive, in Belhar. The project is set to be completed mid-year, if all goes as planned. The portion of the main road being upgraded is between Alabama Avenue and Stellenbosch Arterial.