Revamp of Nyanga public transport facility to include MyCiTi station

Revamp of Nyanga public transport facility to include MyCiTi station

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The City of Cape Town is planning a major upgrade of the Nyanga public transport interchange (PTI). The proposed upgrade is intended to improve the overall commuting experience for residents, and ensure more efficient public transport operations. Residents and interested parties are invited to attend an open day on 9 November 2022, and to submit their comments by 2 December 2022.

Public meeting about proposed upgrades along the M3 in Newlands

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The City of Cape Town is proposing several changes to existing intersections along the M3, the most important arterial road link between suburbs in the Southern Peninsula and the city. The City is encouraging residents and interested and affected parties to attend a public information day on Monday, 7 November 2022, where officials will be able to provide clarity and more information.

City to commence with resurfacing of roads in Ottery

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The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate is set to commence with the resurfacing of De Wet Road between Klip Road and Carol Road as well as a portion of Ottery Road at the approach to Strandfontein Road in Ottery on Monday, 7 November 2022. Residents can expect the works to continue until Thursday, 15 December 2022, pending unforeseen delays and inclement weather.

MyCiTi Sky Circle Project in full swing

MyCiTi Sky Circle Project in full swing

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The City of Cape Town’s Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis and Mayoral Committee Member for Urban Mobility, Councillor Rob Quintas, helped dig the first trenches of the Sky Circle Project in Lansdowne as the City is concluding its site visits on the last day of Transport Month. The project entails a freestanding elevated traffic circle at the intersection of Jan Smuts Drive and Govan Mbeki Road, the first of its kind in South Africa, as part of the roll-out of the MyCiTi service to the metro-south east.

City to commence with road resurfacing in Schaap Kraal

City to commence with road resurfacing in Schaap Kraal

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The City of Cape Town is set to commence with the resurfacing of Strandfontein Road between Spine Road and Emerald Way in Schaap Kraal on Monday, 7 November 2022. Residents can expect the works to continue until 13 December 2022, pending unforeseen delays and inclement weather.

Reduced off-street parking requirements for areas with good access to public transport

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The City of Cape Town’s Council has approved the plan demarcating the reduced off-street parking requirements for developments in areas with good access to the MyCiTi service, minibus-taxis, trains and the Golden Arrow Bus Service. Council’s approval at its meeting on Thursday, 27 October 2022, includes an amendment to Annexure C of the Development Management Scheme, Schedule 3 of the Municipal Planning By-law, to record the plan.

New walkways for Grassy Park

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The City’s Urban Mobility Directorate is in the final stretch of its non-motorised transport (NMT) project in Grassy Park where universally accessible walkways and bicycle lanes have been implemented along a number of roads over the past 15 months or so. The City’s Portfolio Committee Members for Urban Mobility visited the site earlier today to inspect the work done to date as part of the Directorate’s Transport Month campaign.