#TrafficAlert Visibility is poor due to a wildfire on both sides of the N2 towards Thornhill. Lots of smoke in the area. We urge motorists to drive with extra caution. #ArriveAlive #ecdotrcustomercare Advice on Safe Driving near Veld and Forest Fires https://t.co/XDr5GpfRgI #ArriveAlive@wo_fire
Transport Minister, Ms. Sindisiwe Chikunga will on Thursday, 29 February 2024 address Amalgamated Banks of South Africa Limited (ABSA) clients at Sandton Hotel. The 2024-themed event: How can the public and private sectors partner to develop transport infrastructure and unlock inclusive economic growth
The Gauteng Traffic Management continues with its responsibility for the coordination of road traffic policing interventions that reduce traffic offences, road traffic crashes, and resultant road fatalities. Members of the Gauteng Traffic Police are this morning monitoring motorists' compliance,
In the wake of the disaster at the northern Chinese port of Tianjin, Deidré Penfold, executive director of Chemical and Allied Industries Association (CAIA), reiterates that proper chemical storage is required to minimise the hazards associated with leaks, spills and accidental mixing of incompatible
Why have toll roads? Roads form the main artery of economic competitiveness, growth and social development. To Build roads costs billions of rands. Toll roads assist us in meeting the demands of social services, which are important for the growth of our country. Toll roads accelerate the availability
Windscreen damage remains a hazard and reality experienced by all South African motorists. Although windshield damage can result from a variety of causes, the most common is flying rocks and debris cast off from loads of commercial trucks as well as debris projected from road surfaces under construction. We
To develop an effective road safety information portal that will enhance awareness of road safety and save lives.
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