Century City’s E-Parking revamped to make way for new development
New E-Parking sites in Century City
Century City’s popular E-Parking system has undergone a major revamp and expansion to meet increased demand and to make way for new developments.
The new system, which came into operation on 18 November this year, includes two new E-Parking sites and the closure of the Ratanga E-Parking to make way for new development on the site.
The two new sites are MyCiTi E-Parking adjacent to the Public Transport Interchange off Century Way and Steel Bridge E-Parking adjacent to the Aurecon building off Century City Drive. There are thus four E-Parking sites in Century City, the other two being at Century Avenue and Socrates Way.
Chris Blackshaw said the extension of the City of Cape Town’s MyCiTi service to Century City on 30 November with the launch of the new Century City – Montague Gardens service would see the phasing out of the current Century City Shuttle service which to date has transported people between their place of work and the E-Parking sites.
“The E-Parking sites have been strategically chosen so that this service will no longer be necessary and users will easily be able to walk from their place of work to their nearest facility.”
He added that existing E-Parking access cards will still be used and will be re-programmed to operate at the new E-Parking facility that users have been allocated to.