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CIO Colloquium 10 & 11 March 2011

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Map and Directions

2nd Floor
Faculty of Informatics and Design
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Marc Building
80 Roeland Street
Cape Town

The Marc Building or Roeland Street building is not on the main Cape Town campus but close by. The Marc Building is on Roeland street on the corner of Brandweer Street and next to Viglietti Motors. From the Airport, you take the N2 into Cape Town. After Hospital Bend going up the mountain, you take the M3 De Waal Drive which is takes the higher mountain route into Cape Town. It will continue into Roeland Street. You will see the Fire Station and at the traffic lights the Roeland Street building will be on the left side corner.

If you are coming into Cape Town via the N1, take the Oswald Pirow turn off as you come towards the foreshore area and the central business district. Turn left towards Table Mountain on Oswald Pirow carrying on across the intersection with Sir Lowry Road. The road will become Tenant Street as you pass the main campus of CPUT on the left. It will then become De Villiers as you pass the intersection with Constitution Street. On the T junction with Roeland Street at the end of De Villiers, the Marc Building will be directly opposite. Turn left and then right into Brandweer Street to find parking.

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