Far South Cycling Study

10th August 2016 / 0 comments

Welcome to the home page of the Far South Cycling Study, looking at the experiences of people who cycle as a means of transport around Cape Town’s far southern peninsula, with a focus on Fish Hoek, Masiphumelele and Ocean View. If you are someone who uses a bicycle to get around town and are interested in…

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Far South Cycling Study: Condensed Description

10th August 2016 / 3 comments

Ingcaciso yoPhando (isiXhosa version) This study forms part of my Masters dissertation in Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Cape Town, titled “A Critical Evaluation of Bicycling Level-of-Service Tools in a Cape Town mobility corridor”. This means that the dissertation seeks to offer an assessment of whether a certain approach to the planning…

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Far South Cycling Study: Full Description

10th August 2016 / 3 comments

A Critical Evaluation of Bicycling Level-of-Service Tools in a Cape Town mobility corridor Problem or issue to be investigated In South Africa, cycling has been identified as a transport mode able to offer reliable, low-cost, short-to-medium distance mobility to commuters since at least 1987 (CSIR, 2003), with major updates to cycling policy occurring at regular…

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Video: Pedestrian priority at a key Cape Town intersection

1st August 2016 / 0 comments

  Below, the first in a series of what I hope will be many videos capturing the experience of Cape Town’s pedestrian and cycling environment from an urban planning standpoint. In this video, you can see how, even on what is arguably Cape Town’s flagship pedestrian route, four motor traffic cycles go by on Buitengracht between…

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Urbanism Illustration – An investigation of the Cape Town City Bowl

8th May 2014 / 0 comments

  The following illustrations are taken from my Planning Techniques course, completed in the first semester of my Masters in City and Regional Planning course at the University of Cape Town. May 2014.