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Drastic change on cards for Cape Town

May 31 2016 14:08
Liesl Peyper

Cape Town - The face of Cape Town and surrounds could change drastically in the next few years, with mixed land use that would incorporate housing, shopping, recreational and transport choices.

The City of Cape Town’s mayoral committee recently adopted a strategic plan that prescribes how the city should be developed to address apartheid spatial inequality and the high cost of public transport.

The strategic framework, called the Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) plan, envisages the City locating new developments where residents have easy access to either rail transport or MyCiTi trunk routes by 2032, with mixed land uses to balance travel patterns across the city.

The TOD will be Cape Town’s development blueprint for the next 16 years.

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