Guided by the Mayoral Priority on the Inner City and the Inner City Roadmap the JDA will focus on strengthening the position of the inner city as a critical business and residential node and the primary gateway to transit networks for the city; financial services networks for the City Region; and cross-border trade networks for the African continent. The JDA will continue to implement a phased plan to strengthen inner city precincts, address movement challenges, and improve the quality of the built environment across the inner city. The activities include managing the development of the Johannesburg inner city through capital investments in selected precincts, by overseeing integrated investments by other departments and entities, and by facilitating partnership initiatives.
Corresponding JDA Regional Classification
- Greater Soweto, (including Lenasia, Eldos, Nancefield)
- Empire-Perth Transit Oriented Development (ToD) corridor
- Louis-Botha Transit Oriented Development (ToD) corridor
- Alexandra and the OR Tambo Corridor (includes Randburg, Cosmo City, Modderfontein, Frankenwald)
CORR – Louis Botha Transit Oriented Development (ToD) corridor – Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA), Stormwater Masterplan and New Construction and Upgrading Renewal Transit Oriented Development (ToD) corridor – Intervention ORANGE GROVE E Regional
The Louis Botha Transit Oriented Development (ToD) corridor – Stormwater Master Plan (COF SMP) project entails the design and implementation of stormwater upgrades required to support all the precinct developments that the City has identified along the Louis Botha Corridor. During the 2015/16 financial year the Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) completed a stormwater master indicating all the required upgrades along the corridor.
Client/Funding Source: JDA