SANRAL

Why do pedestrians brave death to cross freeways?

SANRAL-facilitated research provides greater understanding of road user behaviour that will be used to increase safety.  Research conducted on the Cape Town freeway network is shining more light on why pedestrians cross busy highways, braving the potential danger of being involved in ..
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Taking road safety to schools and homes

SANRAL works with experts, education and local authorities to develop educational materials and implement programme.  Teachers and parents across the country will soon have access to innovative teaching aids that will enable them to convey vital road safety messages at ..
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Fences erected to make freeways safer

SANRAL takes steps to enhance traffic and pedestrian safety on the N2 and N3 in KwaZulu-Natal.  To prevent the further unnecessary loss of lives, vandal-proof fences are being erected at additional vulnerable sections of the N3 and N2 ..
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New road safety plans

Future road safety plans will be adapted to ensure closer alignment between provinces and national agencies responsible for enforcement and awareness, said Transport Minister Nzimande when he released the 2018 Easter road statistics. A total of ..
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Progress made on N2WC

Aveng Strabag JV the contractor appointed for the 40-month R1.64 billion Mtentu gorge bridge contract started construction in January 2018. The retender for the nearby Msikaba gorge mega cable-stay bridge closed in April 2018. The award ..
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Latest on Moloto Rd project

Construction on the R573 Moloto Road is progressing steadily. SANRAL, and contracted companies, are working around the clock to ensure that all work undertaken is in accordance with plan and is completed within the stipulated five ..
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