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Tshwane on track with road infrastructure
The City of Tshwane's Roads and Transport Department has exceeded its annual project delivery targets for the 2016/17 financial year.
Pursuing its mission to provide an environmentally sustainable road infrastructure and integrated transport systems and services, the department has demonstrated that it is on track to provide reliable, accessible and safe transport services which promotes socio-economic development in Tshwane.
Under the leadership of Member of the Mayoral Committee, Cllr Sheila Lynn Senkubuge, the department has achieved the following overall performance in the implementation of the Integrated Development Plan in the Soshanguve area:
  • Block GG East area – 1,445 km tarred road, 3,22 km sidewalks, 34 speed humps and 63 road signs installed;
  • Block GG North West – 1,042 km road, 0,16 km storm water, 2,401 km sidewalks, 16 speed humps and 14 road signs installed;
  • Block BB Central – 3,229 km tarred road, 1,465 storm water, 1,482 km sidewalks, 24 speed humps and 44 road signs installed;
  • Block BB North West – 1,68 km road, 2,694 km sidewalks, 25 speed humps and 12 road signs installed;
  • Block BB North East – 1,578 km completed sidewalk; and
  • Block IA East – 1,750 km tarred road, 13 speed humps and 63 road signs installed
For this financial year, the City has allocated a budget to the tune of R1,1 billion for integrated transport infrastructure, split as follows: R34 million for the Wonderboom National Airport, R669,2 million for A Re Yeng, and R375,8 million for roads. This will allow for better connectivity across the city.
The DA-led municipalities' comprehensive service delivery offer in the provision of sustainable road infrastructure is to conduct audits on the state of municipal roads for infrastructure maintenance, and fixing potholes and maintaining all municipal roads. This includes setting up a reporting system to allow the public to report potholes and other faults on roads so that they can be repaired timeously and before road surfaces deteriorate.
Potholes, traffic signs, storm water and roads-related enquiries must be reported to potholes@tshwane.gov.za . Residents are reminded to indicate the street name and number, the nearest intersection, the name of the suburb, and name and email address or contact number.
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