Constantia Kloof intersection to have temporary four-way stop

Delta BEC resident engineer, Joseph Mathebula and site technician, Diogo Borges, warn motorists of the impending temporary four-way stop.


Motorists are advised to look out for temporary stop signs around the roadworks at the intersection of Jim Fouché Road and Wilhelmina Avenue.

Advanced warning signs and temporary stop signs will be implemented on Jim Fouché Road intersection on 20 June. The permanent stop sign in place when entering the intersection from Wilhelmina Avenue and Constantia Drive will create a four-way stop.

Delta BEC resident engineer on the project, Joseph Mathebula, said the four-way stop was to calm the traffic in the area approaching the roadworks to avoid accidents. He added that motorists travelling on Jim Fouché will be used to having the right of way at this intersection but now they will have to be cautious and expect delays.

The ongoing project is to expand Wilhelmina Avenue and implementing sub-soil drainage systems on the road. The project will eventually carry over to Constantia Drive. The project has been extended to September. When the project is completed, Mathebula said permanent traffic signals would be implemented at the intersection.

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