The City of Cape Town has released its Draft Cycling Strategy. It is open for public comment 23 January – 21 February 2017, so follow this link to have your say about the future of cycling in Cape Town!
About the Draft Cycling Strategy
Recognising that cycling is an increasingly important and growing part of the City’s transport solution, the bicycle is rapidly becoming a favoured mode of transport in liveable cities.
This allows for the provision of low cost, environmentally friendly and effective options for mobility and accessibility. The aim is to encourage and grow Utility Cycling to increase the use of bicycles from the current 1% to 8% by 2030, which will contribute to the reduction of commuter costs, traffic congestion and carbon emissions.