In 2016 SANRAL started construction on the final and most important leg of the N2 Wild Coast Road project, the 112km section between Ndwalane near Port St Johns and the Mtanvuma River near Port Edward. This portion of the project involves the construction of 96km class 1 greenfield road, 16km of upgrading to class 1 road, seven river bridges, including the two mega bridges across the Msikaba and Mtentu river gorges, several interchanges, ancillary access roads and numerous pedestrian and agricultural over and under passes. Large quantities of material (Stone, Gravel and Sand) is in demand to construct this section of the N2 Wild Coast Highway.
To involve the community and uplift local economy, it was proposed to source material locally. Applicants with possible material sources completed an application form and prompted a material specialist to physically assess each site. The result of the site investigations can be viewed on an interactive material database map, by clicking on the link below:
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Click Here or on the Image Below to Access The Interactive Material Database Application