Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has identified four private plots in the city, which will be used as a temporary terminal for commuter taxis to enable the repair of the New Taxi Park.
Construction work, which will start next week, was meant to start in July, but failed due to management wrangles between two factions in the park.
Last week, over 700 traders operating lock-up shops in the New Taxi Park petitioned former minister in charge of Kampala Muruli Mukasa to block the planned demolition of their structures.
The traders said they wanted more time to find alternative business premises before the renovation could start.
KCCA ordered the traders to vacate the taxi park by August 8, but by last evening, no one had vacated.