The integrated transport plan (ITP) for Sedibeng 2008 to 2013 is focused on developing transport infrastructure and operational plan for the region for 2010 and beyond. Significant progress has been made in rolling out ITP. Below is a summary of progress made to date:

  • Collection and collating information on transport facilities location, utilisation and capacity;
  • Analysing routes and services;
  • Collating information relating to operating licenses and subsidised bus transport information;
  • Cordon Surveys done;
  • Reviewing relevant legal framework;
  • Analysis of planned developments; and
  • Review of Gauteng’s 2010 Transport Plan which has three levels:
  • Inter Provincial Services;
  • Inter City Services; and
  • Local or Intra-city services.

Sedibeng’s ITP is fully supportive of the principles and content of the Gauteng‘s 2010 Transport Plan which we need key corridors that will feed into the Gauteng plan are R59 and R82 and major roads that need maintenance and or upgrade will
be identified. Transport needs (network and mode) for 2010 visitors/ tourists still needs to be considered and operational planning for transport management during events still needs to be developed.

SDM adopted a 2010 strategy which identified areas of opportunity that will enable the people and communities in SDM to benefit from 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup during the tournament but more importantly to use the opportunity of the World Cup to leave a
lasting legacy.

 

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