Transport

Focus Area: Economic Development | Transport

Projects: Study into state of public transport | Transport Freight Logistics Planning Guide | Future of Transportation in Urban life 2011 | Transport Working Group | City of Joburg Transit Orientated Development Principles(TOD) Frameworks
THE central question behind the Productive Cities programme is whether the local economy can provide a majority of residents with the means to earn a reasonable living. The programme objective is to facilitate local co-operation to enhance economic competitiveness.

Publications

TRANSPORT WORKING GROUP: BUSINESS PLAN
The Business Plan has been prepared with the full participation of the member cities and is intended to map out a process and programme for the activities of the TWG over the next three years, 2002/03 – 2004/05.
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THE ROLE OF TRANSPORT IN SOUTH AFRICAN CITY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
This document discusses key issues and challenges, the context for the Transport Working Group’s (TWG) recommended work programme and recommended tasks, May 2004.
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Events

2004
ETHEKWINI TRANSPORT AUTHORITY: A FIRST FOR SA
Municipalities are struggling to deal with the transport crisis facing SA cites. To meet this challenge, eThekwini has set up South Africa’s first Transport Authority (TA) and also read the Gautrain Initiatives.
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2002
TRANSPORT: POWERPOINT PRESENTATION
Transport Working Group Business Plan 2002/03 to 2004/05: From the 8 October workshop.
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TRANSPORT WORKING GROUP: REPORT ON ACTIVITIES
Setting programme for action: The Transport Working Group met for the second time at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality and it was stressed that the Terms of Reference was considered to be a “living” document and that further amendments could be made in future, depending on circumstances, 4 July 2002.
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TRANSPORT SECOND DRAFT VOLUME 1: SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
Towards a Strategic Transport Plan for South African Cities (Second Draft September 2002) produced by the Transport Working Group.
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2013
The Transport Working Group met on 03 September 2013 at the JIKE Boardroom, City of Joburg. Below are the presentations made on the day.
Terms of Reference
Presentation by Stacy-Leigh Joseph
Presentation by Sithole Mbanga
Presentation by Sandiswa Tshaka

Focus Area: Economic Development | Transport

Projects: Study into state of public transport | Transport Freight Logistics Planning Guide | Future of Transportation in Urban life 2011 | Transport Working Group | City of Joburg Transit Orientated Development Principles(TOD) Frameworks
THE central question behind the Productive Cities programme is whether the local economy can provide a majority of residents with the means to earn a reasonable living. The programme objective is to facilitate local co-operation to enhance economic competitiveness.

Publications

SUSTAINABLE PUBLIC TRANSPORT: OVERVIEW REPORT 2009
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In February 2011, a seminar was held in Johannesburg on Our Cities Ourselves: The Future of Transportation in Urban Life. It looked at the future of transportation in urban life, envisaging sustainable futures for 10 global cities with safe vibrant streets that promote social and economic equality, privilege mass transit, bicyclists and pedestrians, and drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Gautrain Station Precinct Frameworks

Marlboro: Gautrain Station
Introduction 
Objectives and Outcomes
Conclusion
Strategic Assessment
Key Findings
Development Framework: 1 
Development Framework: 2
Advantages and Disadvantages
Implementation: 1 
Implementation: 2
Implementation: 3

Midrand: Gautrain Station
Introduction
UDF Plans and Guidelines
Project Approach Methodology
Situational Analysis
Provincial
Regional Context
Existing Density
Public Transport Planning
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)
Socio – Economic
Design Principles Introduction
Legend: 1
Integration
Key Findings
Sustainability
Nodal Hierarchy

Rosebank: Gautrain Station
Introduction
Objectives and Structure
City Response 
Status Quo
Accessibility
Traffic Information
Traffic Volume Growth Rates
Development Profile
Public Participation
Key Findings and Challenges
Development Framework 
Urban Develop Design Guidelines
Manage, Monitor Infrastructure and Services Provision
Implementation 
District Development Policy: Management District 2
Management District 4
Descriptions and Guidelines

Sandton: Gautrain Station
Introduction
Background
Objectives and Outcomes
Status Quo
Pedestrian Movement Network
Potential Linkages
Traffic Operations
Social Facilities
Infrastructure
Key Findings and Challenges
Development Framework
Urban Develop Design Guidelines
Develop a monitoring and evaluation system
Implementation
District Development Policy: Management District 2
Management District 4
Management District 6
Descriptions and Guidelines
Interventions 

Metrorail Station Precinct Frameworks

Langlaagte and Paarlshoop: Metrorail Station
Contents
Introduction
Map
Analyses
Community and Other Facilities
Streets
Land Ownership
Assets
Planning Context
Potential Environmental Sensitivity
Framework Spatial Development
Regional SDF
Current zoning
SWOT Analysis
Publicly Owned Developable Land
Graphic Summary of Issues and Distinct Precincts
Land-use Pattern
Movement Concept
Public Transport Routes and Facilities
Spatial Plan
Capital Web
Public rights and Road Classification
Land use and Building height
New Dwelling units and Possible Urban Form
Development Guidelines
Streetscaping Guidelines
Main Street and Road
Residential Street
Implementation Guidelines
Required Interventions

Final Ikwezi Precinct Plan: Metrorail Station
Introduction
Status Quo Analysis
Movement System
Land use Analysis
Ikwezi Station Precinct Plan 2008
Infrastructure
SWOT Analysis
Findings:1
Findings:2
Implementation

Stretford Node: Metrorail Station
Introduction
Understanding the Stretford Node
Street Layout
Economic Activities
Development Principles
Guideline: 1
Guideline: 2
Guideline: 3
Guideline: 4

Princess Agricultural Holdings and Surrounds: Metrorail Station