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Oppenheimer road deviations

As part of the GO!Durban’s Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network through Pinetown, a number of temporary deviations along Josiah Gumede Road, Beviss Road and Qashana Khuzwayo Road are scheduled to take place. Please note that construction will be taking place at the Beviss/ Oppeneheimer intersection. Oppenheimer Street will not be accessible from Beviss Road. Motorists are requested to use Suffert Road to access Oppenheimer Street and Devon Road.

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GO!Durban moves ahead in 2015

The eThekwini Municipality’s GO!Durban (IRPTN) Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network, possibly one of the largest service delivery projects in the transport sector ever undertaken in South Africa “will continue to progress at a rapid pace in 2015,” says Head of the eThekwini Transport Authority, Thami Manyathi.

GO!Durban began rolling out major milestones in 2014 which included the awarding of five major construction tenders, the signing of an MOA with the leadership of the mini-bus taxi industry, the unveiling of the project’s Empowerment Charter, the launch of the city’s NMT (Non-Motorised Transport Network), the consolidation of the cashless MUVO smartcard system, engagements with community stakeholders, businesses and the eThekwini citizens, as well as the launch of a mobile marketing bus and other key brand awareness events.

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Corovoca Rail Bridge, Duffs Road, Avoca Hills, Durban, eThekwini



Active deviations in Avoca Hills

As part of the delivery of GO!Durban the city’s new integrated rapid public transport network, construction work has begun on widening the Corovoca Rail Bridge between Duffs Road interchange and the Avoca Hills intersection.

Stefanutti Stocks JV Construction have been appointed to develop a portion of this route which is approximately 4.4km long and extends along the MR577 from south of the Duffs Road interchange to the east of the MR577/Inanda Road intersection. Included in the scope of work is the widening of Corovoca Rail Bridge north of Avoca Hills intersection.

Deviations which will be active until the end of November 2015 are as follows: From the Avoca Hills intersection, north bound traffic will be diverted to the outer – west lane of the South bound carriageway until Lark road intersection. Traffic will then be diverted back to the north bound carriageway at the Lark road intersection as per the existing conditions – to normalise the situation.

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