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N3 Road Closures Planned for Van Reenen Pass on August 17, 2023

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N3 Traffic Advisory – In a bid to ensure the safety and efficiency of one of South Africa’s vital transportation arteries, the N3 Toll Route management has issued a traffic advisory regarding intermittent road closures on the Van Reenen Pass scheduled for Thursday, August 17, 2023.

Motorists and travellers are urged to plan ahead and make necessary arrangements to accommodate the anticipated traffic delays during this period.

The intermittent road closures, set to take place at 20-minute intervals, will span from 08:00 am to 13:00 pm, affecting the Van Reenen Pass area.

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These closures have been deemed necessary to facilitate essential maintenance work at N3-6 X km 57.4, which is approximately 2.5 kilometers south of the Caltex fuel station at Van Reenen.

Officials from the N3 Toll Concession (N3TC) have advised all road users to exercise patience and understanding during the maintenance operations.

While the closures might cause some temporary inconvenience, they are crucial for ensuring the long-term integrity and safety of the route.

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Motorists are encouraged to remain courteous to fellow road users and adhere to any instructions provided by traffic personnel on-site.

For those seeking up-to-the-minute traffic updates, assistance with reporting road-related issues, or emergency support, the 24-hour N3 Helpline can be reached at 0800 63 43 57. Additionally, real-time updates can be obtained by following the official N3 Toll Route Twitter account, @N3Route.

The N3 Toll Route management emphasizes the importance of planning travel routes in advance and being mindful of the intermittent road closures on Van Reenen Pass. By cooperating and adhering to safety guidelines, road users can contribute to the successful execution of the maintenance work while minimizing inconvenience.

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