After Deadly Warden Accident, Travellers Urged To Care Along N3


After a pile-up caused delays for travellers who couldn’t reach their destinations before the 9 pm curfew, the N3 Toll Concession appealed to motorists on Sunday to be patient on the roads.

The curfew is in place during the adjusted level 3 lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19.

“The combination of high volumes, congestion, adverse weather, traffic disruptions, and a national curfew can have a debilitating impact on road safety. Road users are requested to carefully plan their trips to allow for extra travel time and not to rush to their destinations at the last minute to try and beat the curfew,” N3 Toll Concession operations manager Thania Dhoogra said.

More rainfall is expected over large parts of the route, which could cause further delays on Sunday, and high traffic volumes are expected as holidaymakers make their way back to Gauteng.

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