What are the current challenges South Africa faces, and in the face of such issues, what might our country look like in 16 years? The following short clip provides an overview of South Africa’s current state and predicts a future of increased socioeconomic progress.
The new Integrated Public Transport Network Plan commits to providing improved access and quality to public transportation to all Capetonians by 2032.
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From 5 July 2014 the MyCiTi services will reach residents of Khayelitsha and Mitchell’s Plain. The official routes with stops have been made available. Have a look if you will live near a stop!
Cities around the world have decided to rock the boat by leaving crowded urban roadways for more open avenues on the water to address congested roads and traffic jams.
Cape Town is aiming to launch the N2 Express service to Mitchell’s Plain on 5 July 2014. A new colour-coded wayfinding signage system was also launched to help commuters.
The ongoing problem of traffic congestion in cities can’t be solved by looking at the components of transport systems in isolation.
According to the City of Johannesburg’s Department of Transport, urbanisation and urban poverty require not only urban transport solutions but also low-cost modes of travel such as cycling. This strategy, known as “Non-Motorised Transport” or NMT, over recent years has gradually become a priority area at National, Provincial and Local Government levels, resulting in the City of Johannesburg’s Framework for NMT in 2009.
The introduction of several new MyCiTi routes since November 2013 has seen an impressive 89% growth in passenger numbers, highlighting the demand for quality public transport in Cape Town.
This weekend, on 12 April 2014, the Cape Town Bus Rapid Transit system, MyCiTi, will be expanding to Atlantis.