Roads: Chota Motala bridge closure

2011-11-12 00:00

THE Chota Motala bridge will be closed to traffic travelling from Northdale/Greytown into the CBD until midnight tonight. The closure begins at Royston Road.

Traffic going into the CBD will be diverted via Manning and Ohrtmann roads. Traffic from the N3 will only be able to turn left towards Northdale. Traffic for the CBD will be diverted via Willowton and Ohrtmann roads.

Traffic from the CBD will be diverted along East Street to Manning or Ohrtmann roads.

Traffic from Durban will be able to turn right over the new bridge, but will be diverted via Willowton and Ohrtmann roads to the CBD.

— Witness Reporter.

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