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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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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What makes roads last?

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 ..
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Road innovation protects all

The use of technology to promote road safety is very much aligned with the ‘Safe Systems’ approach adopted globally through the United Nation’s Plan for Road Safety.  Engineering plays an important role in road safety in ..
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SANRAL Career Expo kicks off in Mdantsane

The expo seeks to expose rural schools to SANRAL’s career opportunities, internships, and scholarship and bursary programmes.  The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL’s) national Career Expo kicked off in Mdantsane in the Eastern ..
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Proud partners

Northern Cape MEC for Roads and Public Works believes the move towards a computerised system can only improve the already outstanding services rendered by various role players.  As the Northern Cape Department of Roads and Public ..
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SANRAL unveils Technical Innovation Hub

Smart technology and the road user can no longer be separate concepts. The road user harnesses smart technology on their devices, in their vehicles, in their offices and homes.  In rising to the challenge of rapidly ..
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