According to a media release by Western Cape government's Department of Transport and Public Works, sections of the Chapman's Peak Drive in Cape Town will be closed from 23 October 2017 until 01 December 2017 for the re-surfacing of the roadway.
- During the second half of November 2017, the section from Lookout Point to the Noordhoek end will be closed entirely to traffic from 09:30 until 16:00 every day.
- The resealing of the road from the Hout Bay end to Lookout Point will be tackled in half widths, with stop/ go controls in place. Motorists can expect delays of between 10 to 20 minutes while this section of the road is under construction.
Chapman's Peak Drive is a scenic 9km route between Noordhoek and Hout Bay along the western flank of the Chapman's Peak, a mountain on the western side of the Cape Peninsula, located about 15 kilometres south of Cape Town.