Youth Day – Invest today to benefit tomorrow

15 June 2021

“Today’s young people are the rising stars of a better tomorrow,” says Thania Dhoogra, operations manager of N3 Toll Concession (N3TC), the company which manages the N3 Toll Route between Cedara in KwaZulu-Natal and Heidelberg in Gauteng. The N3 Toll Route cuts through vast tracks of rural land, dotted by small towns and even smaller…

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A new three-way stop planned at the Howick North / Tweedie interchange (N3/R107 intersection) to improve traffic flow is to be implemented later this month.

07 June 2021

Road users travelling along the R107 are alerted to the implementation of a new three-way stop at the north- and southbound ramps at the N3/Howick North /Tweedie interchange in KwaZulu-Natal (Exit 107). The new three-way stop is to improve traffic flow, particularly during peak traffic hours. N3 Toll Concession (N3TC) will implement the new permanent…

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Transport workers deserve special recognition on Worker’s Day

30 April 2021

N3 Toll Concession (N3TC) extends its appreciation to all workers in the transport industry for keeping our economy and country moving forward. “The role of our roads and transport industry in the sustainability and growth of the South African economy cannot be overestimated,” says Thania Dhoogra, N3TC’s operations manager. “Every worker in this industry is…

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Paying an ode to history on Freedom Day

27 April 2021

Why not pay tribute to South Africa’s evocative history and our young democracy by visiting the Nelson Mandela Capture site, just off the N3 Toll Route, in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands on Freedom Day? Situated along the R103 near Howick, this beautifully designed and executed memorial site commemorates former president Nelson Mandela’s capture on this unassuming…

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N3 TOLL ROUTE TRAFFIC UPDATE : 23 – 27 April 2021

22 April 2021

Traffic volumes expected to rise when public schools close for their autumn break on Friday,  23 April 2021 N3 Toll Concession (N3TC) is expecting a rise in traffic volumes from midday tomorrow when public schools close for their annual autumn holiday and South Africa’s upcoming Freedom Day celebration. Indications are that many travellers will be…

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