ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN GEORGE
Rehabilitation of Saagmeul Street, George will impact on road users from July to September 2022.
Rehabilitation of Saagmeul Street TTT
Rehabilitation of Saagmeul Street.
PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES AT SAAGMEUL STREET:
The works comprise rehabilitation of Saagmeul Street, George.
Also included are some stormwater repairs and the repair of kerbs.
The length of the above road section is approximately 850 meters.
There is one lane in each direction along this section of the road, with numerous accesses to industrial properties.
The width of the road is approximately 9.2 meters.
July to September 2022.
Traffic congestion can be expected.
The remedial work will require the milling and removal of existing bituminous layers as well as the milling and
removal of existing gravel base layers. After the milling operations will follow the placing of new bituminous base
layers and surface layers.
The above work will be carried out in half-width road construction which can lead to traffic congestion and delays.
Reconstruction of block paving areas and reconstruction and repairs to kerbs will have no major traffic impact.
There will be height differences between the two lanes while milling and asphalt construction work are in progress.
Drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians must exercise extreme caution, especially during wet conditions and when visibility is poor and at night. Vehicles with low-profile tyres and motorcyclists must take extra care.
PROJECT ENQUIRIES: iX Engineers – 076 393 1177
The George Municipality apologises for the inconvenience and appeals to road users to be patient and exercise caution during the project.
Please look out for and adhere to temporary road signage and roadworks personnel.