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 ..
SANRAL is a state-owned agency responsible for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of the national road network. Five factors influence the performance of a pavement (road surface): TRAFFIC: Traffic is the most important factor influencing ..
At present, 93% of bridges are in good condition – a very high percentage considering that SANRAL has increasingly taken over the management of older provincial roads where safety standards were lower. The national road network, including ..
SANRAL has long recognised that the importance of transport infrastructure to economic growth creates opportunities for private investment in road development and management. KwaZulu-Natal has two major ports in Durban and Richards Bay, and the expeditious movement ..
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 ..
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 ..
One of the key contributors to a safer N4 this Easter was the TRAC N4 Easter Road Safety Awareness and Swift Response Campaign. Trans African Concessions (TRAC) is pleased to announce that there were zero fatalities ..
SANRAL is committed to developing skills of learners who express an interest in studying and building a career with SANRAL or similar organisations. Almost 2000 learners from several high schools in the Free State who were undecided about ..
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 ..
To avoid traffic backlogs, all roadworks will be suspended for the long weekend. There will also be no Stop/Go’s or lane closures at construction sites throughout the route. The N4 Toll Route expects high traffic volumes ..