On February 28, the Johannesburg Roads Agency will be closing the M2 highway between the Crown Interchange and Maritzburg Street in Johannesburg. This is the first step in maintenance work which will continue until October, the city's mayor Herman Mashaba said, explaining that "78% of the city's bridge infrastructure is in poor condition".
Joburg Road Users Brace Themselves As M2 Closes for Bridge Upgrades
News24Wire, 27 February 2019
Joburg road users are reminded to brace themselves for the closure of the M2 highway between the Crown interchange and Maritzburg Street which commences on Thursday at 06:00, and… Read more »
Joburg M2 to Be Closed for Repairs
News24Wire, 18 February 2019
On February 28, the Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) will be closing the M2 highway between the Crown Interchange and Maritzburg Street, Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba announced… Read more »
Looking out over Johannesburg from Braamfontein. Nelson Mandela bridge over the train station. CBD in the background
Infrastructure Plan Transforming Face of Gauteng
SAnews.gov.za, 18 February 2019
The 15-year Infrastructure Master Plan worth R1.3 trillion is set to transform and modernise the face of Gauteng. Read more »
A forensic investigation will determine the cause of the collapse of a pedestrian bridge over the N3 highway between Van Buuren Road and the M2 Geldenhuys near Johannesburg. Four ... Read more »
Sections of M2 in Joburg to be closed until October 2019
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