World Cup road closures Cape Town

27/05/2010 at 12:31 1 comment

South Africans and World Cup visitors residing in one of the nine host cities will have to bear in mind that some roads will be closed off during the Football World Cup. Below you will find a list of road closures in the magnificent city of Cape Town. The road closures apply from midnight before each match to after the match, and are subjected to change. If there are changes or road closures that are not mentioned: email the municipality to complain! And email me too, so that I can add them to the list and make amendments.

  • Fritz Sonnenburg – Closed from midnight before the match
  • Vlei Road – Closed
  • Western Boulevard – Closed
  • Hans Strydom Avenue – Closed until Buitengragt and partial access thereafter
  • Beach Road Southern Lane – Closed
  • Beach Road Northern Lane – Open for two way traffic
  • Granger Bay Boulevard – Closed
  • Heerengragt Street – Closed between Coen Steytler and Strand Street
  • Hertzog Boulevard – Closed
  • Darling Street – Closed between Adderly and Buitenkant Street
  • Main Road Seapoint – Partial access from Gengariff Road to York Road
  • Ebenezer Road – Closed
  • Portswood Road – Partial access only
  • Glengariff to Highfield Roads – Parking restrictions

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