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Delivering Diphetogo

In tabling the 2019/20 budget, the City of Johannesburg acknowledged several threats to the health of the economy. However, the city has still made some advances in infrastructure development and service delivery. During the 2019/20 budget process,...

Watt Street Interchange gains momentum

Mass earthworks, columns and reinforced steel can be seen from Arkwright Avenue to Chadwick Avenue along Old Pretoria Road in Johannesburg, as the construction of Watt Interchange forges ahead. Watt Interchange, along the Louis Botha Development...

Building safer connections

The newly completed Milpark pedestrian bridge connecting the Milpark precinct to the Rea Vaya Phase 2 trunk route promotes safe pedestrian movement. The Milpark pedestrian bridge, which crosses Barry Hertzog Avenue, is situated in an area that...

Transport facility to modernise travel

After being on the City of Johannesburg’s agenda for 15 years, the state-of-the-art, 50 000 m² Johannesburg International Transport Interchange is nearing completion. With CCTV cameras throughout the facility, good lighting and wide corridors, the...

New life for Brixton Social Cluster

With Phase 1 nearly complete, the Brixton Social Cluster has been transformed into a vibrant and sustainable location that will offer a range of uses to residents and visitors. As part of the City of Johannesburg’s strategy to meet the demand for...

Road deaths in Gauteng continue to increase

Between January and October, the province has seen 2,155 road fatalities as compared to 2,077 during the same period last year. The department of community safety’s Yusuf Bhyat attributed this to the failure of the media to emphasise the importance...