CT traffic authorities to bolster patrols on N2 highway
This week there were reports of more bricks and stones being placed on sections of the highway.
CAPE TOWN - Traffic authorities and other law enforcement officials are expected to increase patrols on a high risk section of the N2 highway.
This week there were reports of more bricks and stones being placed on the highway.
The stretch of freeway has been the scene of attacks on motorists.
In one such incident, a Hawks official was murdered after he had to pull over to change two flat tyres.
The Safe Freeway Project was started by a group of residents following warrant officer Petrus Holz's murder.
The project's Neil Slater has urged motorists to be extra vigilant.
“As the roads get busier, more of our members are reporting cases to us which is really what the purpose of the whole network is, for people to give us a heads-up.”
(Edited by Shimoney Regter)