R114 roadworks - Motorists to expect delays

Department of Roads and Transport 08/08/2019 - 08:11



The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport has extended a warning to motorists to expect delays along Route R114 between Diepsloot and Muldersdrift, north of Johannesburg. The delays are due to roadworks.

Roadworks have commenced on two sections of the road and has introduced 24-hour Stop and Go controls for approximately four kilometres.

The Stop and Go controls - lasting +/-20 minutes - can be expected just before Cedar Road (D1027) and after Malibongwe Road, near Nooigedacht Primary School.

Roadworks are expected to last until 30 November 2019. 

Route R114 is undergoing a R157 million rehabilitation - fully funded by the Department.

The project's objectives include the rehabilitation of the current road surface, re-align and reconstruct, amongst others, the intersection with Cedar Road.

Motorists are advised to make use of alternative route, via the N14 (P158/2) or Malibongwe Drive.

The Department regrets the inconvenience and wishes to thank road users for their understanding.

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