Minister Grant to officially open upgraded N1/Old Oak Bridge project
Tomorrow, 30 April 2019, Minister of Transport and Public Works, Donald Grant, will officially open the newly upgraded N1/Old Oak Bridge project. The roads project was a three-year upgrade project which saw the widening of lanes on the N1 as well as the demolition and reconstruction of the Old Oak Bridge. The project cost R487 million and is set to provide much-needed relief for N1 congestion.
Minister Grant will preside over the official ribbon-cutting and opening of the road.
There will be opportunities for photographs and interviews.
All media are invited to attend
Date: Tuesday, 30 April 2019
Venue: Old Oak Bridge (Exit 25 to Old Oak Interchange) for the ribbon-cutting ceremony, then Gene Louw Traffic College, Brackenfell, for formal proceedings