The city is vehemently opposing the South African National Roads Agency’s (Sanral’s) plan to toll segments of the N1 and N2 in the Western Cape; objecting to procedural and pricing irregularities.
National Government and City of Cape Town are collaborating to spatially transform the Voortrekker Road Corridor, an area which has all the ingredients and potential to influence the greater future of Cape Town.
Mayor Patricia de Lille announces that private sector bids will be invited to resolve the future of the Foreshore Freeways.
Es Ntshuntshe reflects on the freak accident on the N1 national road in Cape Town, and ponders on how infrastructure investment, legislation and policy can play a part in safer roads and integrated transport systems.
In our first installment of 5Q we interview Andres de Wet, Convenor of the proposed Breede Valley Partnership, about his views regarding the proposed tolling of the N1 and N2 by SANRAL. The current plan is to toll the N1 from the R300 to Sandhills in the Hex River Valley (mostly rural areas) and the N2 from the R300 to Bot River. In this interview, we explore some of the potential issues, including the impact on the economy and alternative long term solutions.