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Nearly a year ago, the City of Cape Town, in partnership with Milnerton Estates and Garden Cities developers, commenced with the dualling of Sandown Road and Malibongwe Drive up to the Potsdam interchange.
The project is making good progress and is scheduled to be completed by July 2020, if all goes as planned.
The developer, Milnerton Estates, is funding the bulk of the costs for the construction for the dualling of Sandown Road and Malibongwe Drive, as well as the upgrade of the Potsdam interchange.
Garden Cities, another developer, is undertaking the bulk of the funding for the dualling of Sandown Road from Sunningdale Drive to Parklands Main Road.
The City is contributing approximately R66 million (excluding VAT) to these improvements and the Western Cape Government is involved in the implementation of the Loop Ramp onto the N7.
Work that has been completed so far includes:
‘One of our key objectives is to implement targeted programmes to reduce congestion and this project speaks to that. I am happy to note the progress made thus far. Once completed, it promises to assist in the alleviation of traffic congestion in the worst affected parts of Cape Town. The traffic flow along Sandown Road will also improve,’ said the City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, Alderman Felicity Purchase.
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