News and Speeches for Department of Transport and Public Works | Western Cape Government

News and Speeches for Department of Transport and Public Works

Department Spending Millions to Improve Road Infrastructure

21 May 2013

The Department of Transport and Public Works and the Plettenberg Bay Municipality opened two stretches of resurfaced roads outside the town on 21 May 2013. Read More

Level Crossing Camera Enforcement Project for Buttskop

7 May 2013

The second phase of the CCTV level crossing camera enforcement system, first implemented at the White Road level crossing, will be extended to the Buttskop railway crossing. Read More

Minister Carlisle to Officially Open Paarl-Franschhoek Road

6 May 2013

Robin Carlisle, Minister of Transport and Public Works will officially open the Main Road R301 between Paarl and Franschhoek on 7 May 2013 at the Drakenstein Prison. Read More

Minister Carlisle Launches Pedestrian Safety Week

6 May 2013

The Department of Transport and Public Works has set aside R3 million in this current financial year to focus on a high intensity pilot pedestrian safety project. Read More

Minister Carlisle to Commemorate International Level Crossing Awareness Day

6 May 2013

Robin Carlisle, Minister of Transport and Public Works and Metrorail Regional Manager Mthuthuzeli Swartz, will be commemorating International Level Crossing Awareness Day at Buttskop Level Crossing in Blackheath on 7 May Read More

R60 Open for Traffic

3 May 2013

The R60 between Ashton and Swellendam is now open for traffic. Read More

Minister Carlisle and Mthuthuzeli Swartz to Discuss Commuter Safety Measures

2 May 2013

Robin Carlisle, Minister of Transport and Public Works and Mthuthuzeli Swartz, Metrorail Regional Manager will brief the media on 2 May 2013 on the growing concerns for commuter safety and the measures being adopted by Metrorail to address these... Read More

Metrorail Responds to Concerns over Recent Incidents of Violence

2 May 2013

Recent reports of assaults on Metrorail commuters have been condemned by Robin Carlisle, Minister of Transport and Public Works. Read More