Johannesburg

Last update : 25/07/2014 11:08

IN THE TRAFFIC

- In Edenvale there has been an accident on the R24 East after the Edenvale exit – AVOID heavy delays 

- 702 walk the talk on Sunday – for all road closures and more details visit walkthetalk.co.za  

- Fans heading to the Soweto derby tomorrow afternoon are urged to use public transport to FNB stadium. Rea Vaya buses, Metrorail trains and minibus taxis will be available. Parking tickets are R20 at computicket  

TRAFFIC LIGHTS ARE OUT

- In Woodmead at the R55 and Maxwell

- In Glen Austin at Allandale and Mastiff

- In Midrand at Bekker and Le Roux

- In Fourways at Witkoppen an d Waterford

- *In Dunkeld at Jan Smuts and Bompas

- *In Northriding at Malibongwe and Kapital

- In Honeydew at Christiaan De Wet and Dolfyn

- *In Booysens at Booysens and Hilliard as well as *Crownwood and Booysens Reserve

- In Alexandra at Vincent Tshabalala and 8th Avenue

- In Diepsloot at the R511 and Summit Road  

*OUR 702 OUTSURANCE POINTS PEOPLE ARE AT THESE INTERSECTIONS

ROADWORKS

- In Sandton - BRT roadworks on Katherine Street between West and Harris Road are causing heavy delays    Rather use Outspan and Benmore Road from Morningside or Grayston Drive as alternatives

- In Orange Grove – roadworks are causing delays on Louis Botha between 1st Avenue and Athol Street

- In Dainfern there are roadworks on William Nicol approaching Broadacres 


Pretoria

Last update : 25/07/2014 08:05

IN PRETORIA

- In Brummeria there has been an accident on the N4 West after the Watermeyer exit   

TRAFFIC LIGHTS ARE OUT

- In Mamelodi at Solomon Mahlangu and Hinterland  

- In Centurion at Old Joburg Road and Estcourt

- In Rooihuiskraal at Panorama and Rooihuiskraal Road  

ROADWORKS

- In Laudium – roadworks are causing heavy delays on the R55 - Quagga Road between Pierre Van Ryneveld and Maunde – rather use Old Joburg Road 

To report any traffic problems call 083 91 37483 or SMS us on 31702. We are also on Twitter @EWNtraffic

The Lead SA Campaign encourages all South Africans to drive with their headlights on throughout the day in an attempt to improve car visibility and road safety



Cape Town

Last update : 25/07/2014 15:39

IN THE TRAFFIC

-On the N2 outgoing after Mew Way there’s an accident, all lanes are obstructed, traffic being diverted onto the left shoulder

-On Ou Kaapse Weg between Steenberg and the hairpin bend a vehicle went down the embankment. Traffic is slow moving due to spectator value.

The Lead SA Campaign encourages all South Africans to drive with their headlights on throughout the day in an attempt to improve car visibility and road safety- so switch on your headlights and drive with care!

To report any traffic problems send an SMS to 32945/31567. We are also on Twitter @EWNtraffic