New three-way stop at the Howick North/Tweedie interchange this month

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A new three-way stop will be implemented this month at the Howick North/Tweedie interchangePHOTO:
A new three-way stop will be implemented this month at the Howick North/Tweedie interchangePHOTO:

A new three-way stop will be implemented this month at the Howick North/Tweedie interchange (N3/R107 intersection) which will help improve traffic flow.

The N3 Toll Concession said in a statement that the three-way stop is to improve traffic flow, particularly during peak traffic hours.

It will not impact traffic on the N3 toll road, but will improve traffic flow at the intersections.

“Implementing a three-way stop, where a key transport node crosses over a busy highway and traffic volumes are high, is expected to go a long way to control traffic, reduce congestion and decrease driver frustration.

“Road users are advised to be extra vigilant when approaching the intersections, to reduce speed and anticipate and obey all traffic signs, including the new three-way stop,” said the statement.

N3TC manages the N3 toll route between Cedara in KwaZulu-Natal and Heidelberg in Gauteng. For real-time, verified route information including traffic updates, follow N3TC on Twitter @N3Route or contact the 24/7 #N3Helpline at 0800 63 43 57 for around the clock assistance or to report any problems on the N3 Toll Route.

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