The public has until Wednesday July 14 to comment on the proposal to turn Totnes Road in Plumstead into a time-restricted one-way road in a southbound direction during peak periods.
The public participation process began on Monday June 14.
According to a City media statement, the road at the Plumstead Preparatory School experiences traffic congestion during the school peak-hour periods due to the narrow road width and two-way traffic flow. The lack of on-street parking and a stop-and-drop facility limit the drop-off and collection space for motorists, which impacts nearby residents.
It is proposed that the one-way restriction only applies during school peak-hours on weekdays between 7am and 8am and from 12.30pm to 3.30pm.
Submit comments to www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay; in writing to the Alphen Centre, Constantia Main Road, Constantia 7800 or email Siyanda.Dywili@capetown.gov.za.