Cradle Gateway 2 Gateway MTB trail update

Originally posted on Cradle of Humankind Mountain Bike Trails:
MTB Trail construction progress report The entire Gateway 2 Gateway mountain bike trail (18 km) is nearing completion, with the tread having been roughed in, and then smoothed where appropriate. First to be finished will be the 5 km section (the easy “Green – beginner” trail from…

First section of Cradle of Humankind MTB trail nearing completion

Originally posted on Cradle of Humankind Mountain Bike Trails:
After a short break over the festive season, the mountain bike trail construction team is back on site at the Cradle of Humankind. The team has begun constructing the next section of the trail – from the Bridge over the Bloubank Spruit past the Rhino and…

How to apply to install your own bicycle parking in Cape Town

City of Cape Town Draft Guidelines for Applications for Bicycle Racks 1.         Introduction The City of Cape Town encourages bicycle use as a viable mode of transport.  Bicycle parking is a key component of creating a successful City-wide bicycle system.  The increased popularity of cycling as mode of transport and for recreational purposes has resulted […]

Invitation: Transport and Environment Science Technology (TEST) network: Media & Govt Liaison Workshop

The Department of Transport in partnership with the University of Cape Town: Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, Centre for Transport Studies, will host a workshop to inform various stakeholders and the media about the activities and achievements of the Transport and Environment Science Technology (TEST) network, with regards to research on traffic congestion, air pollution […]

Invitation: CUT YOUR COMMUTER CARBON with WWF National Climate Change Office

Do you take a bus, train or minibus taxi, or bicycle or walk, to work or study? Congratulations, you are already part of the solution to climate change. Or are you hoping to afford your own car some day? You have every right to affordable, safe and convenient transport – or to have access to […]