Bridge collapse: Key traffic points for Thursday

2015-10-15 07:03

Johannesburg – Following the collapse of a bridge on Grayston Drive in Johannesburg in which two people died, there are a few things to take note of for those taking to the city’s roads on Thursday.

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-    The road will be closed at Grayston Drive on the M1 highway while clean-up continues

-    The road will be closed from Athol Oaklands Road in Melrose. There is already queuing traffic.

-    The road is also closed at the N1 Buccleuch Interchange. Heavy traffic can be expected from Midrand, Fourways and Linbro Park, according to traffic reporter Rob Byrne

- The City of Joburg anticipates that the highway will be clear for afternoon peak traffic

-    All Gautrain bus services will be free of charge

-    Putco buses will also be running free of charge from Soweto. This includes monthly ticket holders

-    Metro buses into Sandton from Gandhi Square, Midrand, Sunninghill and Westgate will also be free

Get up-to-the-minute information on the situation here with our live updates.
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