New humps in Komani roads to curb accidents

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SLOWING MOTORISTS DOWN: Erecting the speed humps in Grey Street and Prince Alfred Street this week were Ivano Debruin, left, and Gregory Buys from Safety Xpress Stromberg Picture: BHONGO JACOB
SLOWING MOTORISTS DOWN: Erecting the speed humps in Grey Street and Prince Alfred Street this week were Ivano Debruin, left, and Gregory Buys from Safety Xpress Stromberg Picture: BHONGO JACOB

LUKHANJI Municipality has erected speed humps in Prince Alfred Street, Brewery Lane and in Grey Street as measures to curb speeding in the area.
Lukhanji spokesman Gcobani Msindwana said this week the humps had been necessitated by reckless driving of some motorists and were aimed at avoiding accidents and possible loss of life.
Further speed humps were due to be erected shortly, but no details are available yet.
Msindwana said plans were also being made for humps near Balmoral Girls’ Primary School due to the negligent driving in that area.
In another, unrelated development, the industrial fencing project around Queendustria is progressing smoothly.
Msindwana said the project was undertaken by the Chris Hani Development Agency and financed by the Development Bank of South Africa. The municipality will be assisting with technical issues such as roads and electricity problems that may arise during their steering committee meetings, he said. – Rep reporter

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