Signatura Property Development, a private developer, is set to commence with the construction of a new sewer line to be connected to an existing sewer manhole. The work will affect three parking bays and a loading bay and a section of the busy Regent Road in Sea Point.
The City of Cape Town will be resurfacing various roads in the City Bowl in the coming weeks. This much needed maintenance work may cause some inconvenience as roads will be closed during the day while the project is ongoing.
The City of Cape Town’s Road Infrastructure Management Department, as part of routine maintenance and in preparation for Cape Town’s rainy season, is currently busy repairing potholes and water reinstatements in various streets in Joe Slovo Park in Milnerton.
The City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Urban Mobility, Councillor Rob Quintas joined residents from Table View and the local ward councillor Joy McCarthy at the MyCiTi Grey Station on Saturday, 14 May 2022.
The City of Cape Town’s Road Infrastructure Management Department will commence with the resurfacing of a section of Onverwacht Road between 8th and 12th Streets in Rusthof, Strand this coming week. The roadworks are scheduled to take place until 29 May 2022, if all goes as planned.
The City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Urban Mobility, Councillor Rob Quintas, joined the team responsible for transport network technology yesterday, 10 May 2022 as they were switching on one of the newly installed bus signals along Blaauwberg Road, Table View. These signals form part of the pilot project to test a new bus traffic signal system for the MyCiTi bus service.
Today, 9 May 2022, Councillor Rob Quintas, the Mayoral Committee Member for Urban Mobility, visited Philippi where officials were using the Duct Cleaning Machine (bucket machine) to clean the stormwater pipes in preparation for the upcoming winter season.
The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate is calling on the public to comment on the proposal to convert Bay Road in Mouille Point into a one-way. The public participation process will take place over the next month and the closing date for comments is 9 June 2022.
The City of Cape Town’s Road Infrastructure department is implementing some traffic calming measures in the Athlone region. The work commences today, Thursday, 5 May 2022 and will continue until 20 May 2022, if all goes as planned.
Residents are advised that the City of Cape Town’s Road Infrastructure Management Department will be commencing with the road resurfacing of various roads in Observatory, Salt River and Woodstock on Tuesday, 3 May 2022. The work forms part of regular maintenance to prolong the longevity of the road network in the area.