Wednesday, November 04, 2015

City proposes R750million to alleviate traffic congestion

Mbasa Gqokoma
04 November 2015

The City of Cape Town has proposed R750 million for road infrastructure investment to alleviate traffic congestion.

In a statement issued, City Mayor, Patricia de Lille says in 2013, through a traffic index survey, Cape Town was rated as the most congested City in South Africa, with a global ranking at 55th place.

She says the survey also revealed that motorists are spending an extra 71% of their time in traffic.

Zara Nicholson, spokesperson for Mayor de Lille explains….

“Today the City of Cape Town’s transport hosted a transport congestion summit to start a very important conversation on traffic congestion in Cape Town.”



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