The City of Cape Town has proposed a limit on the times cyclists can ride on the Sea Point Promenade.
A recommendation was made to implement a time restriction for cyclists on the Sea Point Promenade at a transport portfolio committee meeting on Thursday.
If implemented, cyclists will not be allowed on the Promenade from 11am on weekdays, Saturdays and all public holidays for a year.
The restriction will be assessed after a year.
Ward councillor for the area Nicola Jowell said the committee had not yet adopted any of the proposals in the report after referring the report back to the local sub-council for further investigation and discussion, and public participation.
Jowell said the City plans to host a public participation process where users, the public, residents and interest groups will be given the opportunity to voice their concerns, opinions, comments and proposals.
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