Freeway lights on for your safety

There are some 16 000 lights on the inner-Gauteng freeways, 90% of which SANRAL manages to keep burning continuously. Without them, motorists will be less safe. Maintaining this target does not only contribute to the safety of ..
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Safety a priority when constructing

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited continues to put the safety of all road users into consideration during construction on the N2. In an effort to improve the safety of pedestrians along a section ..
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It’s all systems go at Moloto

The Moloto Road Imbizo held at the KwaMhlanga Local Municipality in Mpumalanga was successful in fast-tracking the R573 upgrade. This development will benefit the 50 000 daily commuters and 33 communities that live along the Moloto ..
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N1 through Botlokwa has been opened

The community of Botlokwa’s pleas for a safe road have been answered. The N1, which cuts through the Limpopo village, has been made safer for Botlokwa residents living on the road. After three years of constructing ..
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Freeway management of the Cape storm

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited’s (SANRAL) capacity to handle emergencies was tested during the recent storms in Cape Town on 6 and 7 June 2017. Approximately 240 strategically placed CCTV cameras on Cape ..
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How N2 improvements will affect you

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) continues to improve the safety of all road users with its projects along the N2 between Dutywa and Mthatha. One such improvement project stretches from the village ..
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A safer walk to school

With pedestrians being the most vulnerable of road users in South Africa, the national roads agency has embarked on reducing the number of accidents involving pedestrians walking next to national roads. The South African National Roads ..
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