STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S MAYORAL COMMITTEE MEMBER FOR URBAN MOBILITY, COUNCILLOR ROB QUINTAS
The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate is prioritising the construction of new roads, general road maintenance and new infrastructure for public transport services over the next three financial years.
The City’s Urban Mobility Directorate will be erecting a new overhead sign along the N1 freeway at the Foreshore exit. The new sign will replace the same sign that broke off the gantry some time ago. The Foreshore exit will be closed to traffic for three hours on Sunday, 5 June 2022.
The City’s Transport Infrastructure Implementation Department will, on 6 June 2022, commence with the revamp of the Bellville Public Transport Interchange (PTI). The work will be concluded by November 2022, pending unforeseen delays and inclement weather.
The City’s Road Infrastructure Management Department will commence with the maintenance of footways in and around the Mitchells Plain Public Transport Interchange (PTI) on 6 June, if all goes as planned.
The City of Cape Town is making good progress with the construction of the new public transport interchange (PTI) in Somerset West. The City is spending approximately R65 million on this project, the biggest investment in the central business district of Somerset West in recent years.
The City of Cape Town’s Road Infrastructure Management Department recently installed a traffic signal at the intersection of Japhta K Masemola Road and Bonga Drive in Khayelitsha. The project is in response to a community request to enhance road safety and improve traffic flow for motorists at this intersection.
The City of Cape Town would like to advise residents that the Road Infrastructure Management Department will be commencing with the installation of speed humps in various roads in Lotus River, Parkwood, Pelican Park and Schaapkraal on Monday, 30 May 2022. The work forms part of an initiative to increase road user safety in these suburbs.
The South African National Road Agency (SANRAL) in partnership with the City of Cape Town recently installed a traffic signal at the intersection of the N2 and Mew Way in Khayelitsha.
The City of Cape Town’s Road Infrastructure Management Department will commence with the resurfacing of a section of Gordon’s Bay Road between Main Road and Beach Road in Strand this coming week. The roadworks are scheduled to take place over the next six weeks, if all goes as planned.
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.