The Urban Mobility Directorate of the City of Cape Town has released plans to enhance road safety and accessibility in the area of Gugulethu. The proposed development aims to satisfy the needs of various road users, including pedestrians, cyclists, wheelchair users, and school children. The City is seeking input from local residents and stakeholders to ensure that the infrastructure improvements meet the community’s needs.
The United Nations Global Road Safety Week has just concluded, and the City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate is taking steps to improve road safety in the Khayelitsha Township. The project involves building walking and cycling lanes that are universally accessible, which will promote safety for all road users, especially pedestrians and cyclists.