The Kommetjie Road Project is one of the City of Cape Town’s Flagship interventions to relieve congestion in the Far South.
A three-phase road network improvement project is underway in Kommetjie area and Ou Kaapse Weg to alleviate congestion and improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists.
Work on the project began in 2016 and is scheduled for completion by March 2020.
Work completed as of 28 October 2019:
- Frigate Crescent has been reconstructed and reopened to traffic
- The Palm Avenue/Kommetjie Main Road intersection has been reconstructed and reopened to traffi
- The road widenings and stabilised gravel layer works on the southbound carriageway of Ou Kaapse Weg from Noordhoek Main Road to the 4-way-stop have been complete
- 2 600 tons of bitumen has been laid on the eastbound carriageway of Kommetjie Main Road from Living Hope towards the 4–way stop; and the eastbound lane of Noordhoek Main Road from Montrose to the signalised intersection
- Stabilised gravel layer works were also completed on Noordhoek Main Road from Houmoed Ave to Montrose Cose
START DATE: 2016
PLANNED END DATE: March 2020
PROJECT STATUS: Underway
INVESTMENT: R194 million