Motorists in the Bellville CBD will start paying for parking bays again from Friday the 1st of April.
This, as the City’s Directorate of Transport, announced the return of parking marshalls to the area, after an almost 2-year absence.
Mayoral committee member at the Directorate, Rob Quintas says the move will ensure a turnover of parking bays for motorists frequenting shops, restaurants, and other facilities in the area.
He reminds motorists that they need to pay for parking upfront.
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