We have been busy this 2018 with projects that pertain to the rehabilitation, upgrading and the building of new infrastructure in communities and on roads in the City of Joburg. Some of these projects began in the first few months of this year, whereas others carried over from 2017 and are about to be completed.
Major upgrades on the M2 West are estimated at R30 million and will be completed by 15 December 2017. The road is being widened for road users between Treu Road, Park Drive and Crownwood Road and a dedicated new lane from Church Street up to the M1 and M2 Motorway will be added.
We have issued a purchase order of R4 million to the Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo to commence with grass cutting.
The Johannesburg Roads Agency is carrying out an extensive Roads Resurfacing project which includes asphalt overlays, re-tarring and sealing of cracks on our Johannesburg Roads.
Below is a comprehensive list of all the resurfacing projects planned and being conducted in the various Johannesburg regions. Projected road resurfacing lists are plans that are subject to change as a result of operational requirements.
The Region D Depot will soon be embarking on stabilising and reshaping gravel roads in “The Rock” in Naledi between the new Protea North-Naledi Bridge and the Drie Hoek train station, an area largely consisting of Reconstruction and Development Programme houses.