Cape Town Offers Demesne and Lift installations For Greater Enjoyment of the Soccer World Cup 2010

 

The megacity of Cape Town has blazoned final details of Park- and- ride installations which have been upgraded to encourage soccer suckers and diurnal commuters to use the extended public transport services available during the 2010 soccer World Cup.

 

Cape Metrorail provides transportation services in cape town population of3.5 million through 119 rail stations. The following stations with demesne- and- ride installations will feature event information, branding and fresh security until the last train has left

 

Fish Hoek- sand parking area

Ottery- parking at Youth Care Centre, contrary church

Retreat- parking at station

Claremont- on Palmyra Road, east of the station

Goodwood- parking at Grand West Casino and Entertainment World

Century City Cape Town- parking at Ratanga Junction with a shuttle service to the station

Oosterzee- parking at Settlers High School

Brackenfell- parking at station

Kuils River- parking at station

beachfront- parking at external structure opposite the station

Parking in regular parking areas around rail stations will generally be free of charge. Temporary parking areas, still, will substantially be positioned on private land, where a nominal charge may be levied.

Eersterivier, Heideveld, Khayelitsha, Kraaifontein, Langa, Lansdowne, Monte Vista, Muizenberg, Nyanga, Philippi and Plumstead will also be ingrained and have fresh security.

 

Holders of a match ticket are assured free rail transport into the megacity centre before kick- off and on the return trip after the match. This is only applicable to match ticket holders on the day of the match.

On match days machine demesne- and- ride installations are available at

 

Kronendal Primary School sports field, off Andrews Road in Hout Bay

Camps Bay High School sports field in Maiden’s Cove, off Victoria Road

The University of Cape Town’s Upper Lot in Rondebosch

These installations will operate from four hours before kick- off until four hours after the final whoosh. Parking at the University of Cape Town will be free, while a nominal charge will apply at the other venues.

There will be no general onlooker parking available at the Cape Town Stadium or its immediate surrounds, and parking in the megacity centre is also oppressively limited. All observers are therefore encouraged to use the linked demesne- and- ride installations outside the megacity centre. The stylish way to avoid traffic and frustration is to use the public transport systems.

Enjoy the matches indeed without a ticket.

 

still, you can still be part of the World Cup action by going to the sanctioned FIFA Fan Fest at the Grand Parade in the centre of the City, opposite the City Hall and the major Castle, If you haven’t bought a match ticket.

Recent checks have shown that, with factual figures significantly down on cast, there’s still plenitude of affordable Cape Town accommodation available- so enquire now.