Update on the N2 and N3 upgrades

Due to the length and estimated cost of the N2 and N3 upgrades, the strategy is to split the corridor into several detailed design and construction packages.    The upgrades of the N2 and N3 in KwaZulu-Natal form ..
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Let’s be safe 24-7, 365!

At SANRAL, road safety is always top of mind. Being alert and aware should be of the utmost importance each time you are on the road.   Sadly, road safety usually only crosses people’s minds during peak periods of ..
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Strong steps taken against overloading

Weigh-in-motion (WIM) technology has been installed at several traffic control centres on major highways.   New technology introduced on the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) network enables road authorities to get accurate data on ..
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Ensuring safer roads

SANRAL has played a significant role in updating the road safety component of the roads policy by integrating aspects relating to engineering, education and enforcement.  The Roads Policy for South Africa sets benchmarks on all matters ..
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Concrete section to be improved

Major rehabilitation and expansion works will include the removal and replacement of failed concrete slabs and thereafter the overlaying of the entire section.  It is with great pleasure that Trans African Concessions (TRAC) announces the rehabilitation ..
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Building for better quality of life

  The new N2 will open this coastal strip while also providing a safer, flatter and faster link between Durban and the industrial centres of East London and Port Elizabeth.  The N2 Wild Coast road (N2WCR) construction project ..
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National roads set to be busy this Easter holiday

The Easter Holidays are traditionally a period when traffic increases on most major national and provincial highways.  Traffic is set to surge on national roads across the country from the afternoon of Thursday, 18th April through to Friday, 19th April ..
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