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27 Jan

ROADWORKS IN MBOMBELA AND NKOMAZI ARE PROGRESSING WELL

Trans African Concessions (TRAC) is pleased to announce that two of its major roadworks projects are progressing as planned. Both the construction of the Karino Interchange and the upgrade between Kaapmuiden and Kaalrug have progressed well in the last few months despite challenging weather conditions. Construction...

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23 Jan

MAPUTO AND MOAMBA TOLL FEES ADJUSTED

Trans African Concessions (TRAC) would like to notify the public of toll tariff adjustments at the Maputo and Moamba Plazas on the N4 Toll Route as from 01 February 2020. TRAC is responsible for the 570km of road between the Port of Maputo and the city...

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23 Jan

TRAC URGES COMMUNITY TO REPORT THEFT AND PROPERTY DAMAGE

Trans African Concessions would like to advise the public that it is aware of the severe infrastructure damage between the OR Tambo and Highveld Steel Interchanges in the Highveld area. The damage is due to the theft of steel lining in the pipe culverts, which...

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07 Jan

TRAC COMMITS TO SUPPORT EMAKHAZENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

Various structures of the Emakhazeni Local Municipality (ELM) will receive a major facelift over the next 14 months following the recent signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Trans African Concessions (TRAC) and the Emakhazeni local government. After lengthy talks between the parties regarding the...

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14 Dec

MOTORISTS URGED TO BE VIGILANT AT TCHUMENE INTERCHANGE ROADWORKS

Trans African Concessions (TRAC) has noted with concern the grievances and complaints relating to the series of armed robberies that recently took place on the N4 Toll Route, near the Tchumene Interchange roadworks in Mozambique. Although this construction project is not under TRAC’s management or supervision

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04 Dec

TRAC READY FOR FESTIVE SEASON TRAFFIC INFLUX

This festive season is expected to be extremely busy on the N4 Toll Route, with Trans African Concessions (TRAC) anticipating thousands of motorists to travel between Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Mozambique in December 2019 and January 2020.

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22 Nov

TRAC REMAINS CONCERNED ABOUT TRUCK BACKLOG

As the holiday season approaches - during which high traffic volumes are expected on the N4 Toll Route - Trans African Concessions (TRAC) remains concerned about the truck backlog en route to the Lebombo Border Post. The delays, which we raised concerns about earlier this month

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05 Nov

N4 UPGRADE IN NKOMAZI PROGRESSING WELL

There has been significant progress in the upgrade and rehabilitation project between Kaapmuiden and the Kaalrug Intersection in Nkomazi, Mpumalanga. The project got off the ground in August this year and 5% has already been completed. The project is being completed by Tau Pele Construction

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