The public is requested to submit comments on the proposed extensions to the Gauteng Rapid Rail Integrated Network (GRRIN) by 15 August 2021.
On Thursday 8 July, SA Cities Networked launched the four “Good Hood Stories” videos on YouTube. Two of these Good Hood Stories focus on JCP projects; the Urban Agriculture Initiative and the Walkable Network (from 4mins30 as part of the focus on non motorised transport). Background Earlier this year, SA Cities Network put together a […]
The Johannesburg Transport Department and JDA, is currently developing the Johannesburg Inner City Transport Master Plan to guide investments in transport related infrastructure and management of the transport system over the next 10 years. The public webinar will be held on 8 October from 10h00 to 12h00. For a link to join the webinar or […]
The Johannesburg Development Agency is appealing to Inner City stakeholders to assist in their efforts to collect information for the Inner City Traffic and Transport Master Plan. The City of Johannesburg is reviewing the Inner City Traffic and Transport Masterplan. As part of this process they have been assessing key elements of non-motorised transport, traffic, […]
The Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) will be embarking on a road resurfacing programme, concentrating on deep patching on M1 North Smit Street off-ramp, Braamfontein. The closure will commence 22 January ending 28 January 2020. The closure will take place outside of peak hours in order to reduce traffic congestion. Thursday 23 January 09h30 to 15h00 […]
“The M2 bridge rehabilitation project is about 60% complete, and on track for handover on October 31”.
Pixley Seme (Sauer) Street will be closed to traffic, from Pritchard Street to Rahima Moosa Street starting from 08h00 until 19h00 on Saturday 8th December.
The JRA is undertaking essential maintenance from 9-30 November on the M1 double decker section between Smit Street and Crown Interchange.
In the press: President Cyril Ramaphosa announced his government’s five-point economic stimulus and recovery plan on Friday 21 September 2018. Focusing on allocating public spending into 5 key sectors; Implementation of growth enhancing economic reforms. Reprioritisation of public spending to support job creation. Establishment of an Infrastructure Fund. Addressing urgent and pressing matters in education […]
As part of the City of Joburg’s Rea Vaya BRT project along the Louis Botha Development Corridor, the Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) – is starting with construction of the Watt Street Interchange in Wynberg. “Due to the scale of this development we are making the public aware of the temporary road closure along Pretoria Main Road, from […]