The strips, which replace traditionally smooth painted road markings, cause a tactile vibration and audible rumbling. There is nothing like a sudden rumble to alert inattentive drivers of potential danger when they drift from their lane. Hence ..
New programmes are being rolled out as SANRAL positions itself to play a defining role in the construction and engineering sector. The value of the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) to the South ..
System allows road users to plan and navigate their way through traffic with real-time information. Travelling between Pretoria and Johannesburg has become safer since the implementation of the intelligent Freeway Management System (FMS) in Gauteng over ..
Forty percent of old road surface used in construction of four-lane dual carriage-way in the Free State. A single carriage-way between Kroonstad to Holfontein in Free State is being upgraded to four-lane dual carriage-way, thus reducing accidents and drastically ..
SANRAL and Bell Equipment to work together to ensure growing businesses can participate more meaningfully in major projects. A joint undertaking by the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) and construction machinery supplier, Bell Equipment, will accelerate the transformation of ..
Extensive overloading of trucks on the N2 restricted by dedicated staff who weigh and check trucks for road-worthiness. The Eteza Traffic Control Centre on the N2 in northern KwaZulu-Natal is helping curb the overloading of trucks that has resulted in a marked deterioration in ..
Weigh-in-motion system will enable authorities to effectively monitor heavy vehicles and improve productivity. Technology being introduced by the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) will revolutionise the way in which overloaded trucks are detected and result ..
System on strategic KwaZulu-Natal road sections provides real-time information to road users on possible obstructions. Motorists using KwaZulu-Natal freeways can make smart decisions to remain safe and avoid congestion, thanks to the implementation of the Freeway Management System (FMS). ..
Road Incident Management System oversees efforts between emergency services and traffic officials during incidents. When a crash occurs on any major road in South Africa, the first priority is to assemble emergency services and traffic management teams ..
‘Average speed’ system encourages adherence to limits on the nation’s roads. The introduction of innovative technology to curb speeding on major highways has resulted in a significant reduction in contraventions. Average Speed over Distance – Asod – is a growing global trend ..