Nomzamo and Strand roads in Cape Town to be resurfaced

Nomzamo and Strand roads in Cape Town to be resurfaced

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A multi-road resurfacing project in Nomzamo and Strand has been commenced by the City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate, according to a media statement released by the City.

The resurfacing started on Monday, 25 March 2024, and is scheduled to be completed by the end of May 2024, scheduled between 7:30am and 5:00pm on Mondays to Fridays.

The roadworks in Strand will include resurfacing and painting of road markings along the roads in Rusthof, Lochnerhof, Goedehoop and Gants Plaza in Strand.

These streets that are to be resurfaced are:

  • Forbes Street
  • Second Street
  • Fifth Street
  • Jacobs Avenue
  • Lower Gordon’s Bay Road
  • Wentzel Street
  • Abattoir Street
  • Bosch Street
  • Gordon Street
  • Alex Pienaar Street
  • Victoria Street
  • Scholtz Street
  • Leipoldt Street
  • Scarbrow Street
  • Heinecke Street
  • Tulbagh Street
  • Da Gama Street
  • Mills Street
  • Napier Street
  • De Vos Street
  • Mckay Close
  • Mills Street
  • Newton Drive
  • Pretorius Avenue

The roadworks in Nomzamo, Strand, will cover Mxolisi Street, Ndzuzo Street, Edward Street and Ntanga Street.

‘This is quite a big undertaking, with a number of roads being worked on concurrently throughout Strand and Nomzamo,’ said Councillor Rob Quintas, the City’s Mayoral Committee (Mayco) Member for Urban Mobility.

‘Proactive maintenance work is not only necessary for ensuring the safety of road users and overall user experience of motorists, but also in prolonging the lifespan of our public assets,’ Quintas added.

Quitas has also advised road users to ‘exercise caution during this period’ by lowering their speed, paying attention to road signs, being alert in and around the roadworks area, looking out for uneven road surfaces and ‘being mindful of the construction workers’.

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