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  • COMPREHENSIVE INTEGRATED TRANSPORT PLAN 2018 – 2023

  • Policy Title Comprehensive Integrated Transport Plan 2018 - 2023

    Line Department and Director Transport Planning Department, Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) Director: M Mazaza

    Version January 2018

    Document Status Approved by Council on 5 December 2017, item C08/12/17

    Next review date Annual Reviews

    Contact Details M Mazaza Director: Transport Planning Department Tel: 021 400 5309 Email: Maddie.Mazaza@capetown.gov.za

    D Cupido Manager: Transport Planning Branch Tel: 021 400 5198 Email: Donald.Cupido@capetown.gov.za

    Author Rahul Jobanputra Head: Transport Planning and Policy Development Tel: 021 400 1041 Email: Rajesh.Jobanputra@capetown.gov.za

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 9

    1 INTRODUCTION 29 1.1 The area covered by this CITP 29 1.2 Entity responsible for the preparation of this CITP 29 1.3 Requirements made by the MEC 29 1.4 The status of this CITP and the period over which it is to be implemented 31 1.5 Institutional and organisational arrangements affecting the functioning of the City

    as a transport planning authority 31 1.6 Liaison and communication mechanisms available to coordinate the transport planning task

    with the City’s other responsibilities and those of other stakeholders 31

    2 TRANSPORT VISION AND OBJECTIVES 35 2.1 Introduction 35 2.2 The transport vision of 1 35 2.3 TDA and its integrated transport vision 37 2.4 Policy framework 39 2.5 TDA’s objectives 42 2.6 A new long-term strategy for TDA 42

    3 TRANSPORT REGISTER 45 3.1 Demographic and socio-economic information 45 3.2 General overview of transportation system 47 3.3 Description of the regular, daily PT system 56 3.4 Description of other PT services and modes of transport 86 3.5 Description of institutional and organisational make-up of PT industry 101 3.6 Roads and traffic 110 3.7 Condition of major roads 112 3.8 Congestion for the major road system 115 3.9 Freight transport 117 3.10 Financial information 122

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    4 SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK 125 4.1 Introduction 125 4.2 Existing and intended transport and urban development corridors and nodes 127 4.3 Areas earmarked for land use intensification (mixed land use and densification) 135 4.4 The City’s land use strategies that will be used to discourage urban sprawl 138 4.5 Specific measures to support PT 139 4.6 The role of railway stations identified in higher order nodes 140 4.7 Transit-oriented development (TOD) will be used to promote integrated transport

    and land use planning 140 4.8 How Transit-oriented development (TOD) will be promoted as a strategy to ensure

    preference of PT over private vehicles 140 4.9 Transit-oriented development (TOD) typologies 140

    5 TRANSPORT NEEDS ASSESSMENT 141 5.1 Introduction 141 5.2 Assessment of issues, problems, trends and performance standards 141 5.3 Summary of the Transport Register findings 151 5.4 Processes of public participation and stakeholder feedback 151 5.5 Present and future transport demand estimation 152 5.6 Roads upgrading and maintenance needs 153 5.7 Need for new roads and facilities 154

    6 PUBLIC TRANSPORT PLAN 155 6.1 Introduction 155 6.2 Structure of the PTP 155 6.3 Policies and strategies 155 6.4 Overall Network Design 157 6.5 Commuter Rail Plan 160 6.6 Contracted Services Plan 161 6.7 Non-Contracted Services Plan 162 6.8 Operating Licences Plan 162

    7 TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGY 167 7.1 Introduction 167 7.2 Proposals for new facilities and improvement of existing facilities 167 7.3 Giving priority to public transport 177 7.4 Implementation of BRT corridors 177 7.5 Transport infrastructure strategy for rail 178 7.6 Strategy for intermodal facilities at railway stations 182

    8 TRAVEL DEMAND MANAGEMENT STRATEGY 189 8.1 Introduction 189 8.2 TDM measures 189 8.3 TDM and TOD 191 8.4 Implementation of managed parking in Cape Town 192

    9 NON-MOTORISED TRANSPORT PLAN 194 9.1 Introduction 194 9.2 Proposed measures to promote walking and cycling 195 9.3 The proposed walking and cycling network 197 9.4 Plans to upgrade the existing road network to better accommodate walking and cycling 200 9.5 Five-year programme for building NMT networks and promoting behaviour change 200 9.6 Infrastructure 203 9.7 The City’s Cycling Strategy 204

    10 FREIGHT TRANSPORT STRATEGY 207 10.1 Introduction 207 10.2 National and provincial policies 207 10.3 Summary of the Freight Transport Strategy 209 10.4 Implementation and action plan 210 10.5 Routes for moving goods 213 10.6 Movement of dangerous substances and dangerous goods 213

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    11 OTHER TRANSPORT RELATED STRATEGIES 216 11.1 Introduction 216 11.2 Public transport safety and security 216 11.3 Road user safety 217 11.4 Law enforcement (road traffic and PT regulation) 218 11.5 Tourism 218 11.6 New institutional arrangements 221 11.7 Accessible transport system 224 11.8 Transit-oriented development (TOD) 226 11.9 Alternative technologies and the green agenda 227

    12 TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT 229 12.1 Building a more inclusive city through better land use 229 12.2 Why TOD is central to this CITP 229 12.3 What is TOD? 229 12.4 TOD in Cape Town 230 12.5 Strategy of together 230 12.6 The City’s TOD methodology 230 12.7 The City’s commitment to TOD 235 12.8 Applying the TOD methodology in Cape Town 235 12.9 TOD catalytic projects 239

    13 FUNDING STRATEGY AND SUMMARY OF PROPOSALS AND PROGRAMMES 245 13.1 Introduction 245 13.2 Summary of proposals 245 13.3 Funding strategy 247 13.4 Prioritisation of projects 255 13.5 Budget per project and programme 255

    14 STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION 256 14.1 Introduction 256 14.2 Methodology for initial stakeholder consultation 256 14.3 Vision 257 14.4 Long-term strategy 257 14.5 Results 257 14.6 Public participation process 258

    APPENDIX 1 – Abbreviations and acronyms 261 APPENDIX 2 – List of annexures 267 APPENDIX 3 – Public transport plan 269 APPENDIX 4 – Funding strategy for projects: prioritisation, programme and budget 297 APPENDIX 5 – Stakeholder consultation responses 311 APPENDIX 6 – Public participation responses 321

    TABLES Table A 1: Progress towards TDA’s Transport Vision of 1 11 Table A 2: TDA’s Long-term strategy 12 Table A 3: TDI freight indices 2016 (2016 Rand per annum) 17 Table A 4: TDA’s integrated transport vision unpacked 20 Table A 5: TDA’s transport objectives 20 Table A-6: Interventions to achieve TDA’s integrated transport vision 24 Table 1 1: Response to MEC requirements 29 Table 2 1: Progress towards TDA/ TCT’s transport vision of 1 36 Table 2 2: TDA’s integrated transport vision unpacked 37 Table 2 3: Natural progression from the transport vision of 1 to the integrated transport vision 38 Table 2 4: Framework of national, provincial and local policies and strategies 39 Table 2 5: TDA’s objectives 42 Table 2 6: TDA’s long-term strategy description 42 Table 3 1: Population and profile of population by income and age 46 Table 3 2: Modal split between private, public transport (by mode) and NMT 48

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    Table 3 3: Passenger Rail — Levels of satisfaction with different aspects of the rail system 49 Table 3 4: Levels of satisfaction with contracted bus services (GABS & Sibanye) 50 Table 3 5: Levels of satisfaction with different aspects of the BRT system (MyCiTi) 51 Table 3 6: Levels of satisfaction with different aspects of the minibus-taxi system 52 Table 3 7: Average travel time to work and education 53 Table 3 8: Average travel time for public transport trips to work 54 Table 3 9: Average walking times to public transport by mode 54 Table 3 10: Estimated operational rail capacity 57 Table 3 11: Railway passenger boarding per line for the whole day and morning peak periods 58 Table 3 12: Daily passenger boardings and trainset availability 59 Table 3 13: Listing of road-based public transport facilities (Sample) 61 Table 3 14: Number of public transport facilities and PTIs across Cape Town 65 Table 3 15: Categories of public transport facilities across Cape Town 65 Table 3 16: Road- base PT route descriptions- all day (sample) 67 Table 3 17: Route as identified by facility 69 Table 3 18: Minibus-taxi fares per route (sample) 71 Table 3 19: Metrorail fares per route 71 Table 3 20: Golden Arrow fares per route 72 Table 3 21: Ticketing Systems used by different public transport modes 73 Table 3 22: MyCiTi supply and utilisation in the peak period (06:00 – 09:00) 74 Table 3 23: Golden Arrow Bus Service supply and utilisation in the peak period 79 Table 3 24: Minibus-taxis vehicle supply and utilisation in peak period 80 Table 3 25: Long distance bus vehicle supply and utilisation 81 Table 3 26: Long distance minibus-taxi vehicle supply and utilisation 82 Table 3 27: Area-to-area movements – MyCiTi, 2012 83 Table 3 28: Area-to-area movements – GABS, 2012 83 Table 3 29: Area-to-area movements – Minibus-taxis, 2012 84 Table 3 30: Number of vehicles in metered taxi fleet 90 Table 3 31: Location of long distance transport facilities 92 Table 3 32: Total bus departures and arrivals from key long distance transport facilities in Cape Town (15-24 Dec 2016) 93 Table 3 33: Total departures and arrivals by type of vehicle 93 Table 3 34: Non-motorised transport volumes in the four regions 97

    Table 3 35: Non-motorised transport facilities provided since 2010 99 Table 3 36: Institutional and organisational make-up of the BRT industry 102 Table 3 37: Institutional and organisational make-up of the bus industry 103 Table 3 38: Institutional and organisational make-up of the minibus-taxi industry – Taxi Associations registered in Cape