Commuters, residents and businesses in the Pinetown CBD are advised that there will be a temporary deviation on the St John’s and Qashana Khuzwayo (Shepstone) Road intersection to allow for asphalting of the roads over night beginning at 6pm on Tuesday, February 14 and ending at 7am on Saturday, February 18.
Work will take place during the evening to minimize inconvenience to the public.
Motorists will have access along St. John’s Avenue at all times. Anyone wishing to cross over St. John’s Avenue will have to turn left at the closure and a traffic safety team will help the motorist to make U-turn to gain access to the other side of the closure, as shown in the diagram.
The closure will be taken down at the end of each shift to allow the intersection to function normally during the day.
Motorists are requested to use the alternative routes on the affected days to avoid delays.
The eThekwini Transport Authority requests your patience and understanding as final touches are made to the various roads for the eThekwini Municipality’s GO!Durban dedicated bus lanes.
For more information on the construction work call 073 293 5144 (business hours)
Please be advised of the temporary deviation, which is proposed to be instituted at the School Road/Josiah Gumede intersection in Pinetown.
Construction in this area will begin at 07:00 on Monday, 30 January and will end at 17:00 on Tuesday, 31 January.
The intersection will be asphalted during this time period.
Motorists will have access along Josiah Gumede Road at all times but will not be able to access School Road during this closure period. Motorists are requested to use the alternative routes on the affected days to avoid delays.
Your patience and understanding will be appreciated.
For more information on the construction work please call
073 293 5144. (Business hours)
The GO!Durban Cycle Academy is making an appeal to members of the public for any unwanted, used or new chess sets.
The Academy has three sites in Durban, as part of the eThekwini Municipality’s GO!Durban integrated rapid public transport network’s endeavour to develop a culture of cycling. Run in partnership with the Durban Green Corridor and cycling professionals Peschlsports, the Academy mentors youngsters at cycle parks in KwaMashu, KwaDabeka and Inanda in cycling skills. In addition the children get homework and academic support, and now, as part of the academy’s effort to further stimulate thinking and strategizing, chess lessons will be given during times when the children are not cycling.
Anyone interested in donating chess sets, can drop them off the Green Hub, 12 Lagoon Drive, near Blue Lagoon. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org