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2014 MTEF Budget Proposal Hearing Transport for Cape Town 10 September 2013. Introduction The MyCiTi Project in Cape Town has transformed public transport in that part of the City served by MyCiTi . Presentation Outline 12/13 Achievements 12/13 Expenditure Vehicle Procurement

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2014 MTEF Budget Proposal Hearing Transport for Cape Town 10 September 2013


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    1. 2014 MTEF Budget Proposal Hearing Transport for Cape Town 10 September 2013

    2. Introduction The MyCiTi Project in Cape Town has transformed public transport in that part of the City served by MyCiTi.

    3. Presentation Outline 12/13 Achievements 12/13 Expenditure Vehicle Procurement Operational Statistics Planned Works Infrastructure Projection 2013/14 Finance IPTN Review Transit Oriented Land Use Contracting Authority Function and Municipal Regulating Entity General

    4. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN 1. 12/13 Achievements

    5. Phase 1A, 1B & N2 Express Implementation Milestones, Targets Achieved 2012/13 • Establishment of Transport for Cape Town (TCT) • MyCiTi 2012 Business Plan approved in Oct 2012 • Finalising Phase 1 VOC Agreements for long term contract • IPTN contract award (including household surveys) • Award of Station Management Contract (April 2013) • Launch of iFlat fare system • On-going NMT construction • Appointment of Professional Teams for PTI upgrading

    6. Vehicles • Delivery of over 200 x 9m Feeder Vehicles • Operations • Launch of Phase 1A part Milestone 1 - Salt River route • Introduced 9 m vehicles on Table View route • Private Development Agreements • V&AW Agreement approved by Council • Century City draft agreement

    7. Infrastructure elements • Civils • Awarded Phase 1B contracts • Racecourse Road completed • Atlantis completed • Blaauwberg Road nearing completion • Potsdam Road in progress • Depot - Atlantis completed

    8. Stations • Adderley Street - HIA Approved • Queens Beach completed • Melkbos completed • Atlantis completed • Gardens completed • Racecourse completed • Omuramba completed • Blaauwberg Road stations nearing completion • Stops • Table View – 59 completed • Inner City - 177 completed • Atlantis & Melkbos - 21 completed

    9. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN 2. 12/13 Expenditure

    10. PTI&SG Expenditure • Funding has increased from an original allocation of R 8 million in the 2005/2006 financial year to a cumulative allocation of R 4 906 061 841.00 by the end of the 2012/2013 financial year. • The City’s priorities fully align with and support the strategic goals as set out in the Public Transport Strategy and Action Plan as well as the Framework for Conditional Grants contained in the Division of Revenue Bill/Act. • 96% of the received 2012/2013 financial year including roll-over (total R2.392bn) funding was spent by the end of June 2013 at a 12 month moving average of R 183 million per month. • The 2012/ 2013 Funding rollover is R184 637 159.00.

    11. TOTAL PTI&SG CAPEX FOR FY2012/13

    12. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN 3. Vehicle Procurement

    13. Vehicles

    14. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN 4. Operational Statistics

    15. Bus capacities on a weekday

    16. Number of Accidents per month

    17. CURRENT MYCITI SYSTEM USAGE

    18. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN 5. Planned Works

    19. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN • Phase 1A Locality and Summary Programme

    20. Phase 1A - Routes and Stations/Stops Implementation Phase Atlantis

    21. Phase 1A - Routes and Stations/Stops Implementation Phase Table View & Century City

    22. Phase 1A - Routes and Stations/Stops Implementation Phase INNER CITY

    23. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN • Phase 1B Locality and Summary Programme

    24. Phase 1B Routes and Stops (Planning Phase)

    25. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN • N2 Express Locality and Summary Programme

    26. N2 Express Service Routes and Stations/Stops (Implementation Phase)

    27. 16 July 2013 – Mayor meeting industry

    28. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN • Phase 2 Locality and Summary Programme

    29. Phase 2 – Wetton Lansdowne Corridor (Concept Phase)

    30. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN • 6. Infrastructure Projection 2013/14

    31. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN • 7. Finance

    32. TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN • 8. IPTN Review

    33. Current IPTN review: Project overview • Three main focus areas of the appointment: • IPTN and the associated Network Operational and Systems Plan for the Cape Town Metropolitan Area • Concept Design, System Operations Plan on the Wetton-Lansdowne Corridor • Review and Update the City’s Emme/3 model Entire metro area, all public transport modes Duration: November 2012 – January 2014 – April 2014 Corridor only

    34. IPTN deliverables •Route descriptions for all categories of routes • Station locations for the Rapid category of routes (i.e. trunk routes) plus transfer stations with other rapid services or with associated feeder services. • Indicative feeder stop locations • Projected travel demand along the Rapid category of routes • Service frequencies • Fleet requirements by mode • Projected system revenue • Projected system operational costs