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SANRAL Announces Resumption of Toll Fees Collection on oThongathi North Ramps

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The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) has announced the resumption of toll fee collections at the N2 oThongathi north ramps, effective 15 January 2024.

This decision follows the successful reopening of the M4 Tongaat River Bridge on 14 December 2023.

The M4 Tongaat Bridge, which incurred significant damage during the catastrophic floods of April 2022, forced motorists to utilize the N2 national highway as an alternative route.

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Consequently, the Government Gazette issued on 17 March 2023 suspended the collection of toll fees on the N2 oThongathi north ramps.

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With the restoration of access along the M4, SANRAL has declared the reinstatement of toll fees on the north ramps to ensure the continued maintenance and upkeep of national roads.

Dumisani Nkabinde, SANRAL’s Eastern Regional Manager, emphasized the importance of the toll fees. “The collection of toll fees is integral to maintaining our national roads. With the M4 now operational, it is appropriate to resume the tolls on the north ramps of the N2 on 15 January 2024,” Nkabinde stated.

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The move is part of SANRAL’s commitment to ensuring the sustainability and efficiency of South Africa’s road infrastructure.

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