Drivers be advised roadworks at night in Port Elizabeth
The South African National Roads Agency Ltd (SANRAL) would like to advise motorists that night work on roads in Port Elizabeth taking place tonight and tomorrow evening.
The recent rain has affected the night work on roads. Roads will be closed during the evenings in order to complete the asphalt patching operations. At each road to be closed, a variable message sign (VMS) board will be in operation.
The following roads will be closed at night from the N2 Bramlin to Soutwerk night work programme:
Settlers I/C Eastbound On Ramp – EB on ramp from Burman Road
Settlers I/C Northbound – NB crossroad Settler’s Freeway to Burman Road
Cape Road/ Kragga Kamma I/C Eastbound
Herewith some assistance with regard to alternate routes to avoid Settler’s interchange (I/C):
From within Deal Party
From Baxter Street to Grahamstown Road (R102).
To N2 westbound, take Ferguson Road, Sheya Kulati Drive and Kempston Road interchange.
To N2 eastbound, head north to John Tallant intersection with R102, and John Tallant interchange.
To Settler’s Freeway, head south to Algoa Street, turn left (east) and Algoa / Settler’s interchange.
Motorist are advised to travel with caution and to plan their trips in advance.
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