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 transport interchange alongside Park Station in the Inner City.

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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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Robust Klipspruit Sport Centre Complete

The community of Nancefield and Soweto will soon enjoy healthy and stress free lifestyle. They will also produce best and high performing sports fanatics, active youth and best performing learners through the newly and magnificent constructed multipurpose sport facility which is adjacent to Nike Sport Centre in Nancefield, Soweto.

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Watt Street Interchange Construction Commences

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

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Watt Street Interchange Traffic Diversions

As part of the City of Joburg’s Rea Vaya BRT project along the Louis Botha Development Corridor, the Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) – is starting with construction of the Watt Street Interchange in Wynberg. Due to the scale of this development we are making the public aware of the temporary road closing of along Pretoria Main Road, from Arkwright Avenue to Thora Crescent.

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Newtown’s iconic public artworks get a new lease on life

On Saturday July 14 at 13:00 the newly restored Newtown Heads and a colourful new art installation by the Imbali Visual Literacy Project will be revealed to the public at a festive launch on Mary Fitzgerald Square as part of the inaugural Newtown Now festival.

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Perth Empire Corridor of Freedom Storm water Master Plan stage 5 implementation on 13%

The JDA on behalf of the City of Johannesburg is upgrading and installing new storm water infrastructure in Newclare. R Mahange and Associates, the appointed Contractor has employed (8) SMME’s and utilizing (8) local labourers for the upgrade of the storm water. The project is expected to be completed on 12 September 2018. The project is currently on construction and monitoring stage.

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#JoziWalks, a Co-production Success

The Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) annually conducts various project and area-based impact or baseline assessments on the impact its infrastructure developments. In order to meet local needs and mitigate challenges the JDA is increasingly encouraging the co-production of solutions in partnership with local communities and stakeholders. This is an essential component of development intervention in cities.

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Jeppe Park upgrade on track and on 90% completion!

The communities in the Inner City and in particular in Jeppe’s town will soon have gathering place for families ,social groups and a place to get healthy and fit. The appointed main contractor DKPB by the Johannesburg Development Agency on behalf of the City of Johannesburg indicated that the construction is 90% complete. The contractor employed 5 SMME’s and utilised 39 local labourers for the construction of the Park.

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