Sanral makes travelling easier for tag holders

Friday, December 22, 2017

The South African Roads Agency (Sanral) has released a list of conventional toll plazas where tags are accepted for electronic payment.

Sanral said conventional toll plazas have automatic electronic toll payment lanes available.

“If you have a Sanral account registered with a tag fitted and an up-to-date account, you may use your tag as a method of payment at the toll plaza. Ensure that the funds in your account will be able to accommodate the costs of all Toll Plazas on your route,” Sanral said.

Sanral has reminded motorists to make payments into their accounts. Payments may take up to five days to reflect if not made online on the account website (www.sanral.co.za/etoll) or at a SANRAL Customer Service Centre.

Booms will not open if the funds in the account are less than the amount due at the specific toll plaza.

Toll plazas where tags will be accepted include the following routes.

Bakwena – N1

  • Stormvoël
  • Zambesi
  • Pumulani
  • Wallmannsthal
  • Murrayhill
  • Hammanskraal
  • Carousel
  • Maubane

 
Bakwena – N4

  • Swartruggens
  • Kroondal
  • Marikana
  • Buffelspoort
  • Brits
  • K99
  • Doornpoort
     

N3TC – N3

  • Mooi
  • Bergville
  • Tugela
  • Tugela East
  • Wilge
  • De Hoek

 
Managed by Sanral – N1

  • Huguenot
  • Verkeerdevlei
  • Vaal
  • Grasmere
  • Kranskop
  • Nyl
  • Sebetiela
  • Capricorn
  • Baobab 

Managed by Sanral – N2

  • Izotsha
  • Oribi
  • Umtentweni
  • King Shaka Airport
  • oThongathi
  • Mvoti
  • Mandini
  • 47 Dokodweni
  • 48 Mtunzini

 

Managed by Sanral – N3

  • 49 Mariannhill

 

Managed by Sanral – N4

  • Pelindaba
  • Quagga

 

Managed by Sanral – N17

  • Gosforth
  • 53 Dalpark
  • 54 Brakpan
  • 55 Denne
  • 56 Leandra
  • 57 Trichardt
  • 58 Ermelo
     

Managed by Sanral – R30/R730/R34

  • Brandfort
     

TRAC – N4

  • Donkerhoek
  • Cullinan
  • Diamond Hill
  • Valtaki
  • Ekandustria
  • Middelburg
  • Machado
  •  Nkomazi

-       SANews.gov.za

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