Sanral Ends Free Pass On N2 North Toll Plazas
Written by Mduduzi Phungula on 13 January, 2023
By: Pamella Majola
The South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) has announced that as of the 1st of next month, motorists using the N2 north in KwaZulu-Natal, will have no choice but to once again pay toll fees.
Payments will resume for motorists who use the oThongathi and uMvoti toll plazas on the N2 north of Durban.
SANRAL Eastern Region Manager Dumisani Nkabinde says this follows the completion of repairs to flood-damaged infrastructure on the R102 and M4 near the N2 uThongati and uMvoti toll plazas.
Nkabinde says while toll collection will resume on the N2 uThongati Mainline and North Ramps and N2 uMvoti Mainline and all ramps for all vehicles, toll fees on the N2 uThongati South Ramps will remain suspended until access along the M4 uThongati River Bridge has been restored.
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