N4 Toll Route

N4 upgrade in Nkomazi progressing well

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There has been significant progress in the upgrade and rehabilitation project between Kaapmuiden and the Kaalrug Intersection in Nkomazi, Mpumalanga. The project got off the ground in August this year and 5% has already been completed.

The project is being completed by Tau Pele Construction and will see this 15,5km stretch of the carriageway upgraded to four lanes and will also include the rehabilitation of the current road. The installation of high mast streetlights at the Kruger Malelane Gate/Jeppes Reef Interchange and a footpath between Stentor and Kaapmuiden Primary School are only some of the specific safety issues raised by the Nkomazi Local Municipality that will be addressed in the project.

The project is valued at approximately R340-million and is expected to take 24 months to complete. Road users are advised that traffic flow will be affected throughout the roadworks as lane reductions and/or deviations will be in effect. 

TRAC would like to thank the public for their patience and understanding at construction zones and we assure you of our continued commitment to maintaining the N4 Toll Route on par with world standards.

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