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State of the Nation Address road closures in Cape Town CBD

President Cyril Ramaphosa will give the State of the Nation Address in Parliament on 7 February. These are the road closures ahead of and during the event.

FILE: Preparations underway for the State of the Nation Address. Picture: GCIS

CAPE TOWN - President Cyril Ramaphosa will give the State of the Nation Address in Parliament on 7 February. These are the following road closure for the event.

State of the Nation Address rehearsal - 6 February 2019

Cape Town CBD

Wale Street: between Burg and Adderley Streets. - 19:30 -22:00

Bureau Street: between Adderley and Parliament Streets. - 19:30 – 22:00

Spin Street: between Corporation and Parliament Streets. - 19:30 – 22:00

Parliament Street: between Parliament and 35m from Longmarket Street (excluding parking garage access point) - 19:30 – 22:00

Plein Street: between Roeland and Longmarket Streets - 19:30 – 22:00

St. John’s Rd: between Roeland and Vrede Street. - 19:30 – 22:00

Mostert Street: between Plein and Buitenkant Streets. - 19:30 – 22:00

Roeland Street: between Plein and Buitenkant Streets - 19:30 – 22:00

Newlands – Rondebosch – Mowbray – Observatory – Salt River - Woodstock – Cape Town

M3 (Union Avenue, Rhodes Drive, De Waal Drive) inbound: Newlands Avenue to Jutland Avenue including pedestrian bridges and on-ramps: UCT and Woolsack Drive

Barnham Road, use Buitenkant Street (open) or Crassula Avenue - Exercise, but no closure.

Woolsack Drive westbound: Main Road (M4) - Rhodes Drive (M3) - Exercise, but no closure.

Anzio Road: Groote Schuur Hospital to De Waal Drive (M3). - Exercise, but no closure.

N2 (Settlers Way, Nelson Mandela Boulevard) inbound: Muizenberg off-ramp (M3) to Roodebloem Road - Exercise, but no closure.

Sona - 7 February 2019

Cape Town CBD

Wale Street: between Burg and Adderley Street. - 06:00-23:45

Bureau Street: between Adderley and Parliament Streets. - 6:00 – 23:59

Spin Street: between Corporation and Parliament Streets. - 6:00 – 23:59

Parliament Street: between Parliament and 35m from Longmarket Street (excluding parking garage access point) - 6:00 – 23:59

Plein Street: between Roeland and Longmarket Streets - 6:00 – 23:59

St. John’s Road: between Roeland and Vrede Streets. - 6:00 – 23:59

Mostert Street: between Plein and Buitenkant Streets. - 6:00 – 23:59

Roeland Street: between Plein and Buitenkant Streets - 6:00 – 23:45

Roeland Street: between Buitenkant St and Brandweer Streets - 17:45 – 19:30 for 35 minutes

Hope Street: between Roeland and Wesley Streets - 6:00 – 23:45

Glynn Street: between Buitenkant and Hope Streets - 6:00 – 23:45

Wesley Street: between Buitenkant and Hope Streets - 6:00 – 23:45

Gallery Lane: whole - 6:00 – 23:45

Government Avenue: whole - 6:00 – 23:45

Bouquet Street: whole and parking area - 6:00 – 23:45

Commercial Street: between Plein and Buitenkant Streets. - 6:00 – 23:45

Church Square - 6:00-23:45

Newlands – Rondebosch – Mowbray – Observatory – Salt River - Woodstock – Cape Town

M3 (Union Avenue, Rhodes Drive, De Waal Drive) inbound: Newlands Avenue to Jutland Avenue. including pedestrian bridges and on-ramps: UCT and Woolsack Drive

Barnham Road, use Buitenkant Street (open) or Crassula Avenue - 17:45 - 19:30 for 35 minutes

Woolsack Drive westbound: Main Road (M4) - Rhodes Drive (M3) - 17:45 - 19:30 for 35 minutes

Anzio Road: Groote Schuur Hospital to De Waal Drive (M3) - 17:45 - 19:30 for 35 minutes

N2 (Settlers Way, Nelson Mandela Boulevard) inbound: Muizenberg off-ramp (M3) to Roodebloem Road - 17:45 - 19:30 for 35 minutes

Newlands

Klipper Road: Main Road (M4) to Newlands Avenue - 17:45 - 19:30 for 35 minutes

Princess Anne Avenue: Newlands Ave to Union Avenue - 17:45 - 19:30 for 35 minutes

Newlands Avenue: Dean Street to Princess Anne Avenue - 17:45 - 19:30 for 35 minutes

Dean Street westbound: Main Road (M4) to Newlands Ave - 17:45 - 19:30 for 35 minutes

Additional Controlled Roads & Closures:

  1. Security fencing will line the route in the CBD. There will be guarded pedestrian crossing points during peak time on Plein St (Shortmarket, Spin and Barrack St’s.) Pedestrians should be encouraged to make use of Buitenkant Street.

  2. Company Gardens will be closed on Thursday 7 February from 06:00 to 23:59.

  3. Darling Street between Adderley and Buitenkant Streets and Wale Street between Adderley and Queen Victoria Streets may be closed during the day on 7 February for security reasons.

  4. Contingency closure in case of an emergency on 7 February 2019 (08h00-23h45) may include the following roads.

Barrack Street between Buitenkant and Plein Streets

Albertus Street between Buitenkant and Corporation Streets

Caledon Street between Buitenkant and Corporation Streets

Parade Street between Darling and Caledon Streets

Mostert Street between Buitenkant and Plein Streets

Buitenkant Street between Darling and Wesley / Mill Streets

Darling Street between Adderley and Canterbury Streets

Adderley Street between Strand and Bureau Streets

Longmarket Street between Buitenkant and Long Streets

Church Street between Burg and Adderley Streets

Burg Street between Wale and Longmarket Streets

Parking Restrictions – From midnight (23:59) on Wednesday, 6 February 2019 to Thursday 7 February 2019 to 23:45:

Please note that no parked vehicles will be permitted in the following areas:

  • M3 Between Princess Ann and Philip Kgosana Drive (De Waal Drive)

Newlands:
- Princess Anne Avenue.
- Klipper Road between Main Road and M3

City:
- CBD/Foreshore area:
Adderley Street: between Longmarket & Bureau Street
Wale Street: Queen Victoria Street & Bureau Street (Both Sides)
Strand Street: between Adderley and Christiaan Barnard Street overpass.

  • Parliament/Company Gardens area:
    Church Square: corner of Spin & Parliament Street.
    Roeland Street: between Brandweer & Plein Street.
    Plein Street: between Long Market Street & Roeland Streets.
    St. John’s Street: between Roeland & Vrede Streets
    Spin Street: between Parliament & Plein Streets.
    Parliament Street: between Longmarket & Bureau Streets.
    St. Mary’s Cathedral Parking Area: between Bouquet & Roeland Streets.
    Gallery Lane.
    Bouquet Street.
    Wesley Street: between Hope & Buitenkant Street
    Glynn Street between Hope Street & Buitenkant Street
    Buitenkant Street between Wesley and Glynn Street
    Queen Victoria Street: Wale Street and Bloem Street (Gardens Side)
    Commercial Street: between Buitenkant and Plein Street.
    Barrack Street: between Corporation and Plein Street.
    Mostert Street: between Corporation and Plein Street.
    Longmarket Street: between Buitenkant and St Georges Mall
    Hope Street: from Roeland to Wesley Street (Both Sides)
    Avenue Street and Paddock Street

Alternative Routes:

Road users are advised to use the following alternative routes to the City Bowl during the event: 1. From the N2 (Settler’s Way): use the N1, FW de Klerk Blvd via M5 (Black River Parkway), or M7 (Jakes Gerwel Dr).

  1. From the M3 (Union Ave): use the M5 (Black River Parkway) and N1 (FW de Klerk Blvd) or M4 (Main Rd), onto Victoria Rd, right onto Christiaan Barnard Rd to circle the outer CBD. Note Tennant, De Villiers is closed; no access to Roeland St; Annandale/Orange St. Use lower CBD and circle around. Unless it’s for local access into the residential areas. right onto Christiaan Barnard Rd to circle the outer CBD.

  2. Outer CBD Circle Road: Use the following ring route to/from the area of the CBD affecting you:

  3. Christiaan Barnard Road

  4. FW de Klerk Boulevard

  5. Buitengracht Street

  6. Buitensingel Street

  7. Orange Street

  8. Jutland Avenue

  9. Tennant Street (Controlled closure, local access only).

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