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Full Road Closure of R103 for the Demolition of Lynnfield Bridge Deck

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SANRAL has announced the full road closure of the R103 on September 20, 21, 22, and 23 between 8 PM and 5 AM to facilitate the demolition of the Lynnfield Bridge deck.

“The closures are due to the demolition of half of the Lynnfield Bridge on the N3 towards Durban, as part of the N3 construction process. The traffic accommodation team, with the assistance of the Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI), will manage and monitor the diversion of traffic during both sessions,”

The full road closures on the R103 will be as follows:

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September 20
8pm to 8.30pm – Close R103 and proceed to break the bridge structure
8pm to 12am – Continue breaking the concrete structure

September 21
12pm to 4:30am – Complete breaking
4:30am to 5:00am – Clean and reopen R103 allowing for traffic to flow

September 21
8pm to 8:30pm – Close R103 and proceed to break the bridge structure
8:30pm to 12am – Continue breaking the concrete structure

September 22
12am to 4:30am – Complete breaking
4:30am to 5am – Clean and reopen R103 allowing for traffic to flow

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September 22
8pm to 8:30pm – Close R103 and proceed to break the bridge structure
8.30pm to midnight – Continue breaking the concrete structure

September 23
12am to 4:30am – Complete breaking
4:30am to 5am – Clean and reopen R103 allowing for traffic to flow

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Sanral advised motorists to use alternate routes for example instead of using the N3 North Bound, use the Umlaas Road interchange off-ramp to access Lion Park and Camperdown and instead of using the N3 South Bound, use the Ashburton interchange to access Lynnfield Park and the Ibhubesi industrial park.

“Sanral wishes to apologise to the motoring public for any inconvenience caused during the road closure. This is an unavoidable consequence of the road improvements. Attempts have been made to minimise disturbances as far as possible and closures have been restricted to hours when traffic is at its lowest level,” said Lowe.

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Sanral has urged motorists to be patient during this time and plan their routes ahead of time and to obey the signage and speed limits.

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