N4 toll concessionaire gears up to manage heavy SA to Moz traffic

A toll gate on the busy N4 highway.

Trans African Concessions (TRAC) – which manages the N4 toll route between Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Mozambique – will again work closely with the Lebombo Border Control Operational Coordinating Committee (BCOCC) and Ressano Garcia Border officials to assist with traffic management measures during the festive season.

“TRAC will assist through the provision of several logistical requirements and the Lebombo and Ressano Garcia Border Posts will be operational 24 hours from 13 December to 8 January,” said a TRAC spokesperson.

“TRAC’s roadside assistance units, patrol teams and the TRAC 24-hour helpdesk will be on full alert in both South Africa and Mozambique in a bid to keep the road as safe as possible and promptly attend to accidents, incidents and emergencies,” he added.

Furthermore, all construction on the N4 Toll Route will be on hold during the construction sector’s annual leave period, which is scheduled from 14 December 2018 to 6 January 2019. Lane closures in Section 2D and 2E in Bronkhorstspruit will be removed, while the Stop/Gos on Schoemanskloof and Section 16 (between Ressano Garcia and Moamba Plaza) in Mozambique will be lifted during this period..

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