N4 upgrade in Nkomazi progressing well

The project is valued at approximately R340-million and is expected to take 24 months to complete.  There has been significant progress in the upgrade and rehabilitation project between Kaapmuiden and the Kaalrug Intersection in Nkomazi, Mpumalanga.   ..
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TRAVEL CONDITIONS ON THE N3 TOLL ROUTE

Always reduce speed and keep headlights switched on when visibility is affected. This also applies in misty and wet weather conditions.  Although a few drops of rain have been reported since the turn of the season, ..
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Belfast-Machado roadworks still on course

Roadworks are expected to take 36 months to complete, and to date, no delays have been experienced according to the contractor, WBHO Construction.  The extensive upgrade between Belfast and Machadodorp on the N4 Toll Route is ..
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Never worry when we blast

Most of the blasting is done to improve the horizontal and vertical alignment along a cutting.    There is not a lot of blasting on South Africa’s national roads. But, when there is, it is good to ..
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Roadworks ahead

Due to the expected congestion and travel time delays along the section of the road, SANRAL recommends those road users, and in particular, Heavy Trucks and Buses consider making use of alternative routes. The South African ..
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Curbing the scourge of overloaded vehicles

The upgrading of the Senekal and Kroonstad Traffic Control Centres is part of SANRAL’s commitment to address the problem of vehicle overloading.  The upgrading of two traffic control centres at Senekal and Kroonstad by SANRAL in partnership with the Free ..
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Work on Polokwane ring road resumes

The project should be completed by November 2020 and its success will increase safety and improve the flow of traffic towards the Polokwane CBD.  Work on SANRAL’s Polokwane ring road project will resume this September. The ..
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Huguenot Tunnel upgrades underway

While it may appear to the average traveler that nothing has changed, much of the current work is done behind the scenes.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) met with stakeholders earlier this year ..
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