N3 TOLL ROUTE – Traffic and crash data provide numerous safety clues

12 December 2019

The N3 Toll Route is one of the busiest freight routes in South Africa. Trucks carrying an average of 50-million tons of freight per annum constitute around 38% of traffic on the N3. Daily commuters and leisure travellers make up the balance of traffic on this route which traverses Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Free State and KwaZulu-Natal.…

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N3TC will cease construction on N3 Toll Route during peak periods this long weekend

13 June 2019

N3 Toll Concession (N3TC), the company managing the N3 Toll Route between Cedara in KwaZulu-Natal and Heidelberg in Gauteng is currently busy with two road rehabilitation and upgrade projects on the N3 Toll Route – from Cedara to Nottingham Road; and along Van Reenen’s Pass. N3TC’s road rehabilitation, upgrade and maintenance programme is aimed at…

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01 June 2019

Road users encouraged to take precautionary steps to ensure their safety on highways In the light of recent disruptive protests, incidents of criminality and attempts to obstruct the free flow of traffic on some of our country’s major transport networks, including the N3 Toll Route, N3 Toll Concession (N3TC) strongly advises road users to avoid…

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N3 TOLL ROUTE UPDATE – Prepare for a busy N3 Toll Route this Easter holiday.

15 April 2019

Traffic on the N3 Toll Route between Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal is expected to increase sharply from Thursday, 18 April and high traffic volumes are expected to continue through Friday, 19 April.

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New three-way stop planned at the Cedara interchange (N3/R103 intersections) to improve traffic flow and enhance safety

02 April 2019

N3TC will implement a new permanent three-way stop on the R103 (at the north- and southbound N3/Cedara Road interchanges in KwaZulu-Natal) during April 2019. The R103 three-way stop will not impact traffic on the N3 Toll Route, but will improve traffic flow at the intersections.

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