The award recognises the quality of SANRAL’s engineering and project management skills and underlines its capability to work with contractors, suppliers and labour to deliver world class projects. The impressive new bridge across the Olifants River in the Western Cape has caught ..
The N12 bridge, which has served road users for well over 50 years, is now an impressive structural masterpiece. The countdown until the first vehicles roll over the for the refurbished bridge over the Orange River ..
The system uses average-speed-over-distance (ASOD) technology which calculates the average speed of a vehicle, measured from the time it passes a camera, until it reaches a second camera at a fixed distance away. Cutting-edge technology has ..
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 ..
‘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 ..
SANRAL committed to saving as much water as possible, using simple, smart initiatives that keep consumption levels down to a minimum. Through the day to day running of their buildings, the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has shown ..
After almost thirty years, the Huguenot Tunnel in the Western Cape is due for an upgrade, said South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) CEO, Skhumbuzo Macozoma. The tunnel was one of the focal points ..
From humble beginnings, with five employees and two bakkies, a Cape Town company has grown into a successful construction group that has worked on major road maintenance programmes over the past six years. Theresa Cupido, founder ..
Proactive steps taken by SANRAL’s environmental experts are preserving rare plant species and sensitive habitats during road-building programmes throughout South Africa. Mpati Makoa, the Environmental Manager of the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL), ..
Coordinated action between SANRAL, the Provincial and City road authorities and traffic authorities in the Western Cape is contributing to effective responses to road crashes and the clearing of emergency scenes during the current heavy downpours. ..