Allandale Road rehabilitation in Kyalami may take up to three months, says MEC

Gauteng MEC for Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure, Jacob Mamabolo says the temporary closure of Allandale Road (D51) towards Kyalami in Midrand may last up to three months due to a major road rehabilitation project.

Mamabolo says the department took the decision after conducting a series of tests and assessments.

There was a continuous maintenance that obviously was causing an inconvenience to road users/

— Jacob Mamabolo, Gauteng MEC of Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure

Allandale Road to be closed for major rehabilitation ^JJ pic.twitter.com/W1uwH4JGWc

— Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport (@GPDRT_) March 4, 2020

Our report indicated that there are heavy rocks underground, there is water underground, the two combined affect the quality of the road even when it has been maintained.

— Jacob Mamabolo, Gauteng MEC of Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure

He says alternative routes will soon be communicated to road users.

We are finalising a comprehensive and detailed information that will say these are the alternatives…

— Jacob Mamabolo, Gauteng MEC of Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure

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