Is the public in Cape Town participating in public processes and does this impact the development of the city. This infographic draws on statistics from the Public Participation Unit in the City of Cape Town’s Annual Report 2011/2012.
Several months ago, the Central City Improvement District (CCID) conducted the Central City Residential Survey, polling over 200 residents of Cape Town’s CBD. They’ve released the results of the survey in part as a fairly awesome infographic, which you should check out right now. The infographic will apear in the CCID publication, City Views Oct/Nov2013
To help Creative Cape Town better communicate, support, and facilitate the development of the creative industries in Cape Town, they asked the public – mostly the creative community – to complete an online survey.
This infographic looks at the petrol price and compares what we pay with a number of other countries. The bad news is that a comparison of petrol prices in relation to daily wages finds that a litre of unleaded costs the average South African wage earner a striking 6.5% of their daily earnings. The good news is that there are a number of ways you can reduce your petrol consumption.
A visualisation of transport statistics for Cape Town by designer Roann Louw based on the Integrated Transport Plan for the City of Cape Town 2006 to 2011.
Every year Monocle magazine publishes its list of 25 most liveable cities. How does Cape Town compare to the this year’s top 25?
Did you know that London has been rated as the 55th most livable city in the world, or that Paris has the highest number of Michelin starred restaurants? Barcelona ranks in as the city with the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Amsterdam is the birthplace of Vincent van Gogh and Ann Frank. This infographic, created by our friends over at HouseTrip, offers an array of fascinating facts about the six most culturally appealing cities in Europe.
On 24 August 2013, Future Cape Town hosted its second mini-conference under the theme OPEN CITY at Cape Town City Hall, as part of the Open Design Festival.