The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) is an entity of the Department of Transport responsible for influencing positive driver behaviour and to encourage voluntary compliance with road traffic laws of the country through the implementation of ..
SANRAL would like to notify motorists of travel delays on the R72 between Port Alfred and Fish River due to blasting taking place at Shaw Park quarry. The blasting will take place on Wednesday, 13 January ..
SANRAL would like to advise motorists of roadworks taking place throughout this week in Port Elizabeth, within the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality in the Eastern Cape. – Stanford undercuts started yesterday (Monday, 11 January 2016). There ..
The festive season is generally a happy time, but it comes with its own challenges, as holidaymakers hit the road and unusually high traffic volumes are experienced around the country. Nonetheless, our mandate as SANRAL is ..
SANRAL would like to advise motorists of traffic disruptions taking place from tonight, Thursday, 19 November, in Port Elizabeth. Roads will be closed during the evenings in order to complete the asphalt patching operations. At each ..
SANRAL would like to notify road users of travel delays on the R72, between Port Alfred and Fish River, due to blasting at the Shaw Park quarry, which will commence from 15h30 on Monday 16 November ..
Closing the first week of the EcoMobility Festival in Sandton on Sunday, 11 October, was Road Safety Family Day and the Freedom Ride, where over 4,000 cyclists took part to ride the streets of Johannesburg in memory ..
A conversation brunch hosted by the South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) on women in road safety inspired song, laughter, understanding and knowledge. Facilitator Nikiwe Bikitsha kicked-off the morning by reminding the audience of ..
This year marked the third consecutive year of no fatalities ensued over the Easter weekend on the N4, a national route for which Trans African Concessions (TRAC) is responsible. Most plazas reached highest traffic flow figures ..
Moloto road runs north-eastwards from Pretoria, traverses three provinces and ends at the N11 near Marble Hall – but what makes this road so talked about is that it is one of South Africa’s most dangerous ..