TRAC has officially commenced with the rehabilitation of Sections N4-3 and N4-4, between the OR Tambo and the Van Dyksdrift Interchanges, on the N4 Toll Route. This 19km stretch of the N4 Toll Route was originally built as a concrete road and was overlaid in 2008, as part of a rehabilitation intervention.
The current rehabilitation and expansion project includes the removal and replacement of failed concrete slabs and overlaying the entire section. An additional seven kilometres of passing lanes will also be constructed.
The extensive project, awarded to Raubex Construction, is expected to take 24 months to complete. It is one of several major upgrades and rehabilitation projects currently being carried out along the route. The project forms part of TRAC’s mandate, as the concessionaire of the N4 Toll Route, to maintain and upgrade the road that links South Africa and Mozambique.
Road users are advised that traffic flow will be affected during construction and lane reductions and/or deviations will be in effect. This may result in delays and road users are urged to be patient and plan their trips accordingly.
We would like to thank the public for their cooperation at construction zones along the route and assure you of our continued commitment to keeping the N4 Toll Route in an excellent condition.