Reminder: Temporary closure of the N3 near Lions River, KZN

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Traffic expected to peak on the N3 during Tuesday's Freedom Day holiday.PHOTO:
Traffic expected to peak on the N3 during Tuesday's Freedom Day holiday.PHOTO:

Road users are reminded that the N3 near Lions River will be temporarily closed for two hours, from 10 am to 12 pm starting on Monday, August 16.

The closures will continue on certain days until Wednesday, September 1 for two hours in each instance.

The closures are necessary as a result of Eskom needing to pull conductors across the highway.

The closure will affect traffic on both northbound and southbound carriageways of the N3 highway. Traffic officials will be in attendance and will divert motorists off the N3.

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Details of the temporary closures of the N3 near Lions River, KZN.PHOTO: supplied

Eskom apologised for any inconveniences that road users may experience.


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