WC braces for traffic surge
Traffic volumes are expected to increase on major routes ahead of the long weekend.
CAPE TOWN - Western Cape traffic officials say they expect traffic volumes to increase significantly on major routes ahead of the long weekend.
The N1, N2 and N7 are expected to be particularly busy as many holidaymakers embark on their respective journeys.
Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa urged motorists to drive safely.
At the same time, another cold front is expected to hit Cape Town at the weekend.
Gale force winds and heavy rain have been forecast for most parts of the province.