The Democratic Alliance in Springs has wrapped up a comprehensive campaign on the problems with roads and storm-water systems in the area.
Road infrastructure is not just about travel and convenience, it is part of the key infrastructure for jobs and growth. The DA wants comprehensive roads and storm-water systems to be properly maintained in Springs. This will reduce travel times, help minimise damage to vehicles and reduce travel times for people to get to work and for those looking for work.
During the campaign, the DA had events to reach out to as many people as possible about the DA’s plan to fix road. DA Ward councillors Ramesh Sheodin, Shadow Shabangu and Dean Stone reported potholes and road issues to the council.
The DA believes that good infrastructure will be the driver of jobs and growth for all people, and that road infrastructure will help all residents in this regard. Hundreds of residents in Springs have signed the DA’s petition for better roads and storm-water systems, which will be tabled to the Ekurhuleni Council and the Gauteng Legislature. The DA will keep fighting for infrastructure for growth.
Glenda Steyn, MPL
DA Constituency Head for Springs and Nigel
082 456 3252
Ashor Sarupen, MPL
DA Constituency Head for Springs/Daveyton
076 335 5147