The City of Cape Town is pleased to announce that the Sea Point Promenade will remain open for all recreational activities, including cycling. We thank residents for a robust engagement process that affirmed the popularity of this public open space, one of the most visited along the Atlantic Seaboard.
The City’s Transport Network Facilitation and Development Department has reduced the speed limit along Otto du Plessis Drive between Dolphin Beach Hotel and Sir David Baird to 50km/h in the interests of traffic safety, with a special focus on pedestrian and related non-motorised vulnerable road users.
The City of Cape Town proposes to add eight new MyCiTi bus stops in Atlantis. Residents and commuters are encouraged to comment on these proposals as from today, 12 September 2022. The closing date for comments is 12 October 2022.
The City of Cape Town has reviewed a 58-year old road scheme related to the upgrading of a section of Voortrekker Road in Maitland and Kensington. Residents and interested and affected parties have a few days left still to comment on these proposals to improve traffic flow and pedestrian safety. The closing date for submissions is Thursday, 15 September 2022.
Today, 8 September 2022, the City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate will commence with the fencing of the Kuilsriver public transport interchange (PTI) to improve the overall safety at the facility, and to prevent theft and vandalism. The works are scheduled to be completed by 28 September 2022, pending unforeseen delays and inclement weather.
The City of Cape Town intends to build a new MyCiTi station in Maitland. This forms part of the expansion of the MyCiTi service footprint. The bus station will be located adjacent to the Maitland rail station and existing minibus-taxi facility in Ferndale Drive. However, this will necessitate the conversion of Ferndale Drive and a small section of Station Road into one-way streets to improve traffic flow. Residents and interested and affected parties are encouraged to comment on the proposal to turn these roads into one-way streets as from 19 September to 20 October 2022.
The City of Cape Town has suspended its MyCiTi and Dial-a-Ride services in Hout Bay in the interest of the safety of commuters and personnel. This is after public violence erupted in Hout Bay this morning, Monday 5 September 2022, which included the stoning of MyCiTi buses and private vehicles in and around Suikerbossie and Hout Bay Gateway Circle, as well as the burning of tires at the Circle.
The City of Cape Town will commence with an online travel survey today, 5 September 2022, to gather information about residents’ commuting patterns and travel behaviour when travelling to events held at the DHL Stadium in Cape Town. The data will assist the City’s Urban Mobility Directorate with transport related planning for big events held at the stadium.
The City of Cape Town’s Road Infrastructure Management Department is commencing with the resurfacing of various roads in Boston, Bellville. The roadworks are scheduled to take place as from today, 31 August 2022 to 30 September 2022, if all goes as planned.
The City of Cape Town has suspended its Dial-A-Ride service in Nyanga until further notice. This is after one of the City’s Dial-a-Ride vehicles was stoned earlier today, 31 August 2022 in Nyanga. The back windscreen of the vehicle was stoned while one vulnerable passenger was already on board. The ongoing violence in Nyanga over the past week has impacted the City’s Urban Mobility Directorate’s services in the area.