New N17 pedestrian bridges

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has constructed three new pedestrian bridges on the N17 between Springs and Johannesburg, which promise to reduce the risk of pedestrians and cyclists being run over by ..
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The N11 – an undiscovered tourist gem

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has been renovating section 10 of the N11 – from Middelburg to the Olifants River Bridge, since February 2015, a stone’s throw from Damwal’s commercial hub. The ..
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N3 improvement vital

Upgrading the N3 is essential if one of government’s strategic integrated projects linking the Port of Durban with Gauteng, South Africa’s economic heartland, is to succeed. The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) divisional ..
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SANRAL concludes R96-million N2 project

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has completed its roadworks on the N2 from Komgha River to Grahamstown and Keiskamma Pass to Keiskamma River. The R96-million project, which lasted for 14 months, entailed ..
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Griekwastad becomes more foot-friendly

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited is making roads safer for residents of Griekwastad thanks to a new community development project. The small town, with its 6 000 inhabitants, straddles the N8 between Groblershoop and ..
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N3 pedestrian bridge collapse

The Minister of Transport, Joe Maswanganyi, visited the site on the N3 where an unused pedestrian bridge collapsed in the early hours of 9 August 2017. The incident had resulted in a full closure of the ..
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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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