Transport plan: Have your say

South Africa - Cape Town - 27 February 2019 - Traffic congestion is most felt on the highways heading into Cape Town CBD with many people using their own vehicles instead of public transport. Picture: Courtney Africa/African News Agency(ANA)

The public can comment on the City of Cape Town’s draft transport plan to ease congestion and improve public transport in the far south.

This can be done today, Thursday March 7, at the King of Kings Baptist Church, 1 Sunnydale Road, Sunnydale from 2pm until 7pm and tomorrow, Friday March 8, in the minor hall at the Fish Hoek civic centre from 2pm until 7pm.

The plan outlines several proposals and focuses on Fish Hoek, Clovelly, Sun Valley, Sunnydale, Masiphumelele, Ocean View, Kommetjie, Scarborough, Simon’s Town, Dido Valley, and Glencairn.

Among other things, the plan:

* Identifies the key transport issues and developmental challenges in the far south.

* Outlines how transport activities proposed in the plan will address the challenges.

* Sets direction and outlines delivery programmes for transport services for the next 15 years.

* Outlines how transport
delivery agencies intend to respond to the transport and development challenges in the far south.

For more information about the plan, visit the City’s website at or visit the
local sub-council office in Fish Hoek.