The City of Cape Town's road network is one of its most important assets. It requires ongoing maintenance and improvements to meet the needs of public and private transport vehicles. A quality road network is essential for economic growth, job creation and to meet the social needs of city's residents and visitors. 

A good road network plays an important role in managing congestion together with travel demand management measures. Travel demand management encourages drivers and passengers to change their travel habits where possible to make more efficient travel choices particularly in the busy weekday peak periods.  

Sandown and Malibongwe Dualling

Sandown and Malibongwe Dualling

The City in partnership with Milnerton Estates and Garden Cities developers, is converting Sandown Road and Malibongwe Drive up to the Potsdam interchange into a dual carriageway.

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 Broadway Boulevard, Somerset West

Broadway Boulevard, Somerset West

The Broadway Boulevard project is one of the City of Cape Town’s main congestion alleviation projects. The project will widen and upgrade Broadway Boulevard into a dual carriageway between Beach Road and Main Road.

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Somerset West PTI

Somerset West PTI

The City has allocated approximately R65 million to construct a new public transport interchange in the Somerset West CBD. It will be located between Church, Andries Pretorius and Victoria streets.

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Belhar Main Road Extension, Highbury

Belhar Main Road Extension, Highbury

In August 2020, the City will begin extending Belhar Main Road to connect with Stellenbosch Arterial Road. Addressing the missing road link and the high congestion levels in Highbury and surrounding areas.

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Dunoon Minibus-Taxi Rank

Dunoon Minibus-Taxi Rank

The City is investing approximately R41,2 million to build a new minibus-taxi facility in Dunoon, on the corner of Potsdam and Dumani road.

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Jan Smuts Drive Project, Epping

Jan Smuts Drive Project, Epping

The City is spending approximately R193 million to transform Jan Smuts Drive (M17) into a dual carriageway between the Turfall Road (M24) and Govan Mbeki (M9) intersection.

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Sir Lowry's Pass Village

Sir Lowry's Pass Village

In December 2019, the City completed the 4km rehabilitation of Sir Lowry’s Pass Village Road. As part of the project, new non-motorised transport facilities were developed, and the existing ones upgraded.

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ORIO Project, Khayelitsha and Nyanga

ORIO Project, Khayelitsha and Nyanga

In November 2019, the City signed a grant funding agreement with the Dutch Government worth approximately R300 million. This will be used to upgrade public transport interchanges in Nolungile, Vuyani and Nyanga.

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Lansdowne-Wetton Corridor

Lansdowne-Wetton Corridor

The Lansdowne/Wetton Corridor will provide residents from Khayelitsha to Philippi, Nyanga to Gugulethu, Mitchells Plain to Hanover Park, Wynberg and Claremont with a direct, efficient and scheduled public transport service.

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Kommetjie Road Project

Kommetjie Road Project

The City’s Kommetjie Road project is a three-phase road network improvement project valued at R194 million. It will alleviate congestion and improve non-motorised transport facilities in the Far South Area.

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Masiphumelele PTI

Masiphumelele PTI

In July 2019, the City completed the construction of a new minibus-taxi facility in Masiphumelele. It is located on the corner of Kommetjie and Pokela Roads and can accommodate 4 000 commuters every day.

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