Ongoing Development

GO! Durban Operating By September 2019

According to a news bulletin issued by the eThekweni Municipality on 25th June, from September 2019, GO! Durban will start ferrying residents from Bridge City, to Pinetown from 4am to 9pm within the C3 corridor. According to the media release, this was revealed by the Head of eThekwini Transport Authority Thami Manyathi and his team,…

Construction Update

There are 2 major projects currently under development in the Bridge City Precinct, both very exciting for the immediate area and greater communities too. The most recent update from the developers is as follows: The 500 bed provincial Dr Pixley Ka Isaka Seme Memorial Hospital along Bhejane Road is scheduled for completion end November 2019The…

GO!Durban Is Almost Here

The improved Go! Durban public transport service will soon be available to residents. Continue reading the article about the service that appeared in the Government Gazette – Ezasegagasini Metro.

Filling Station Making Good Progress

Construction of the petrol filling station at the corner of Nkunzana Road and Bridge City Boulevard is making good progress. Construction began in mid December 2018 and is due to be completed during April 2019.

Pavements Reinstated

The eThekwini Municipality (eTM) Roads Department continued to carry out new pavement and tar installations throughout Bridge City. The most recent installations include one at the corner of Nkunzana Road and Bhejane Street and the others at the corner of Nogwaja and Bhejane Street as well as on the corner of Bhejane Street and Bridge…

Road Markings Being Repainted

Over the past few days, faded road markings at the corner of Nogwaja Road and Bhejane Street in Bridge City are in the process of being repainted by the eThekwini Municipality (eTM). The repainting has made a noticeable difference in the area and will also assist in the safety of motorists and pedestrians alike.

Maintenance Work Continues During September

The Green Africa Landscaping team has been hard at work, carrying out maintenance work in the area. Two specific tasks have successfully been competed. The first being litter picking along Iqola Road, the job took approximately a day to complete. The second task being verge maintenance along Bridge City Boulevard which included grass cutting and…

Grass Cut In Various Areas Of Bridge City

Bridge City is looking especially neat and tidy after grass cutting projects took place across various areas within Bridge City in July. The Iqola Road verge, the Bester and M25 bank were the areas that received the care and attention from cleaning and greening contractor, Green Africa. The projects’ duration ranged from one to three…
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