Extra lane to help alleviate queues at Cape Point entrance - TMNP area manager

The construction of an additional lane at the Cape Point entrance will help alleviate the congestion, according to Table Mountain National Park (TMNP).

TMNP area manager Gavin Bell says several infrastructure upgrades are currently underway to help improve access management at the tourist site.

Bell says the extra lane is scheduled for completion by April, while other online booking mechanisms will be implemented by the end of the year.

He explains that TMNP officials are considering additional satellite parking bays to help take off the pressure.

There is an issue. There's one lane that goes into the pay point area and it can get clogged up for a whole lot of reasons.

Gavin Bell, Area Manager at Table Mountain National Park - South, SANParks

Take a listen to him explain the expected improvements:


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