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The City’s Transport Directorate has recently completed the rehabilitation of Sir Lowry’s Pass Village Road. The project commenced in September 2017, and up to 4 km of road has been rehabilitated during this two-year period.
The roadworks were essential because the road was in an extremely poor condition. The bridge over the Sir Lowry’s River was substandard and unsafe, particularly for pedestrians. Numerous pedestrians, including school children use the road and the sidewalks to walk through the village. Thus, improved and new non-motorised transport (NMT) facilities were required for safety reasons.
The residents and the local economy of the area benefited through the injection of approximately R11,8 million in employment opportunities during the contract.
START DATE: 2017
PLANNED END DATE: December 2019
PROJECT STATUS: Complete
INVESTMENT: R72,5 million
SCOPE OF WORK
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