The N3 Toll Concession (N3TC) has warned motorists to be extra careful and take care of wet weather conditions that are likely to persist and that can cause traffic congestion and delays.
According to the N3TC, early morning fog and mist may also occur in some parts of the route, resulting in poor visibility.
Northbound traffic to Gauteng is expected to increase from 6 a.m. Monday as commuters head home after a long Easter weekend. On the N3 toll route, congestion is expected between 6 and 6 p.m., with traffic peaking between 9 and 3 p.m.
Thania Dhoogra, N3TC’s operations manager, said disaster relief and law enforcement services are also on enhanced alert on Monday and the Road Traffic Inspectorate can take special traffic control measures to manage traffic and improve overall safety if needed. the road.
On the N3 toll route, Dhoogra said a dedicated and comprehensive route event management system (RIMS) will enable rapid action to limit traffic disruptions during emergencies and prevent secondary incidents.
“Motorists are being asked to support the efforts of incident management teams to protect the safety of road users by driving defensively and enforcing traffic rules,” Dhoogra said.
“Please make sure you get home safely,” he said.
Busy traffic is expected on the N3 at Easter Monday
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