The City is in the process of reviewing and updating its current statutory Integrated Transport Plan (2006-2011) and has appointed a consortium of specialist service providers to assist with its coordination.
The Integrated Transport Plan (ITP) is a holistic and overarching five-year plan for managing and developing Cape Town's transport system. The ITP is a statutory requirement in terms of the National Land Transport Transition Act (No 22 of 2000), while preparation is also strategically aligned with the National Land Transport Act (No. 5 of 2009) process. The ITP must be updated each year in terms of legislation. It covers all modes of public transport, non-motorised transport, freight and movement of private vehicles, airports, ports, etc.
The ITP was taken through a second round of public consultation from mid November 2008 to the end of January 2009 in order to assist the technical team in the update and revision process. It is now being made available for public comment to ensure that the content is relevant and up to date before submission for approval, as required in terms of the Act.
This is your opportunity to:
- Identify any possible gaps / shortcomings in the revised ITP.
- Submit proposals on addressing any shortcomings.
- Provide feedback on the City's progress, achievements and / or proposed strategies, action plans, implementation programmes and priority projects that have been included in the revised ITP.
- By post to the ITP Public Participation Office, Attention: Ms Tamara North, PO Box 494, Cape Town 8000, Tel: 021 481 2400, Fax: 021 424 5588
- By e-mail to: Lindiwe.Gaika@af.aurecongroup.com or Tamara. North@af.aurecongroup.com