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Corridors of Freedom

Corridors of Freedom

Transport-orientated development will see Joburg overturn apartheid-era town planning, by bringing services, schools and work opportunities.
Priority Areas

Priority Areas

The shape of the future city will see development in what we've identified to be priority areas.
Greenways

Greenways

The JDA's flagship Bus Rapid Transit system is the result of renewed interest in investing in public transport to build liveable cities.
Vilakazi Street

Cultural hub

Just about every tour through Soweto stops at Vilakazi Street. Both Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu lived here.

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News from the JDA

Construction on Inner City intermodal transport facility delayed

The City of Johannesburg is a major sub-Saharan transport hub with hundreds of thousands of visitors, workers and residents travelling between the city and destinations across South and Southern Africa. To guarantee that they can travel safely and with dignity, the City has been constructing a long distance and cross border bus and mini bus taxi tr [ ... ]

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JDA handing over Ebony Park Clinic to Department of Health in August 2018!

The eco-friendly clinic located at corner of Archerfish Avenue and Mudhopper Street in Ebony Park, Midrand will be handed over to the Department of Health in August 2018 by the Johannesburg Development Agency. This clinic will offer the residents of Ebony Park and surrounding neibourhoods access to basic medical health services.

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Watt Interchange Bridge Demolition

As part of the City of Joburg’s Rea Vaya BRT project along the Louis Botha Development Corridor, the Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) is constructing the Watt Interchange in Wynberg.

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