Safety tips for N4 Toll Route users

TRAC encourages road users to take responsibility for their own safety, by applying anti-crime safety tips.  Hijackings and armed robberies are still priority crimes on South African roads.   With the safety and well-being of the N4 Toll ..
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SANRAL bridge granted highest honour

Bridge wins Fulton Award as it is a “ testament to excellence in the use of concrete”, said judges.  The new South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) arch bridge on the N7 near Clanwilliam over the Olifants River in ..
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SANRAL system combating crime and saving lives

The operators at the TMC are responsible for visual surveillance of the freeway network to detect incidents and manage traffic flows.    Cutting-edge technology managed by the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL), combined with the ..
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Major upgrade between Matola and Maputo complete

TRAC prides itself on offering quality road infrastructure and therefore continuously works on improving and maintaining its route.    Trans African Concessions (TRAC) is delighted to announce that the major upgrade of the EN4, between Matola and Maputo (Sections 19 ..
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Karino Interchange to improve traffic flow

Apart from improved traffic flow, local communities will further benefit from the initiative through job creation.    In line with their commitment to offer road users world-class road infrastructure, Trans African Concessions (TRAC) is delighted to announce ..
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Off-peak closure of the Huguenot Tunnel

The timing for the upgrades is scheduled for September, October and November 2019.  Following extensive research and planning, the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has put together an operations plan for the much-needed upgrades ..
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Big brother watching cable thieves

Security measures will be implemented to curb the sabotage of electrical equipment for copper cabling that is subsequently sold to scrap metal dealers.  The wanton destruction of electrical installations along national roads in KwaZulu-Natal by cable ..
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North coast N2 upgrade near completion

The almost R1-billion project will result in a 14-metre wide, safer dual–carriage highway, which will enable the key arterial road to cope with increased traffic volumes.    The upgrading of a 33km stretch of the N2 between Mtunzini ..
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