Residents encouraged to comment on City proposals for Voortrekker Road upgrade

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The City of Cape Town has reviewed a 58-year-old road scheme related to the upgrade of a section of Voortrekker Road in Maitland and Kensington. Residents and interested and affected parties, such as business owners, now have the opportunity to comment on these proposals to improve traffic flow and pedestrian safety. The closing date for comments is 15 September 2022.

City calling on Strand residents to comment on proposed one-way conversions

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The City of Cape Town is calling on residents in Strand to comment on the proposed conversion of a portion of Beach Road and Haarlem Street into one-way streets to accommodate the second phase of the Strand sea wall rehabilitation project. The public participation process is commencing on Monday, 22 August 2022, with the closing date for comments on Thursday, 22 September 2022.

Repair of footways in Mitchells Plain

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The City’s Road Infrastructure Management Department is set to commence with the repair of footways in Morgenster Road and Highlands Drive between Merrydale Avenue and AZ Berman Drive in Mitchells Plain. The work is scheduled for mid-August and the first week of September 2022, pending unforeseen delays and inclement weather.

City, Sanral agreement keeps traffic signals green

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The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate and the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) have reached a Service Level Agreement (SLA) that allows the City to perform maintenance on traffic signals on the Sanral road network. As part of this agreement, Sanral provides the approval and funding for the necessary maintenance work.

Water and electricity wise MyCiTi bus depots for metro-south east

Water and electricity wise MyCiTi bus depots for metro-south east

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The City of Cape Town will in August 2022 commence with the construction of water and electricity wise MyCiTi bus depots for Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha. The depots are part of the expansion of the MyCiTi bus service to the metro-south east. Local residents and subcontractors from the surrounding communities will also benefit from temporary employment opportunities and contracts as part of this 32-month long construction project.

City to commence with road resurfacing in Beaconvale

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The City of Cape Town is set to commence with the resurfacing of Connaught Road in Beaconvale tomorrow, 26 July 2022. The project team will commence with minor works in preparation for the construction that will start 1August 2022 and is scheduled to be completed by 1 September 2022, pending unforeseen delays and inclement weather.