Resurfacing to be conducted at various roads in Lansdowne

Resurfacing to be conducted at various roads in Lansdowne

Read : 115 times
Cape Town Etc

The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate has advised residents and road users of ongoing roadworks that commenced yesterday on 16 May, along various roads in Lansdowne, according to a press statement issued by the City.

Maintenance will continue until Friday, 28 June, and will be conducted between 7am and 5pm, from Monday to Friday with an added possibility of ‘some sections being done over the weekends’.

The roads that will be worked on include the following:

  • Church Road, between Lansdowne Road and Dolphin Way
  • Laindon Road, between Rouxton Road and Walnut Road
  • Harvard Drive, between Harvard Drive and Walnut Road
  • Walnut Road, between Rompe Road and Bombay Road
  • Flamingo Crescent
  • Kanarie Road

The scope of the work will include the resurfacing and ancillary works of the affected roads, as well as the repair of damaged manholes, catchpits, frames and chambers.

All existing road markings will be referenced and reinstated with road marking paint, with road closures that will be active between 7:30am and 5pm daily for the duration of the project.

Traffic will be accommodated via stop-and-go during these hours and all roads will be opened to traffic outside of these hours.

‘Due to higher traffic volumes along Kanarie Road and Flamingo Crescent during the week, sections of the roadworks have been scheduled for the weekend,’ said Councillor Rob Quintas, Mayco Member for Urban Mobility.

‘We would like to thank road users for their patience in this infrastructure-led project to improve the road network in this area. Residents can expect a level of noise and dust during this time,’ he added.

Sign up for Free Daily Building and Construction News