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National routes (South Africa) - Wikipedia

National routes in south africa are a class of roads and freeways which connect major cities. They form the highest category in the south african route numbering scheme, and are designated with route numbers beginning with "N", from N1 to N18. Most segments of the national route network are maintained by the south african National Roads Agency (SANRAL), but some are maintained by provincial or local road authorities.

N1 Western Bypass (South Africa) - Wikipedia

The Western Bypass is a section of the N1 and the Johannesburg Ring Road located in the city of Johannesburg, south africa. The freeway was initially opened in 1975 as a route to avoid the city centre of Johannesburg and access for the ...

N10 (South Africa) - Wikipedia

The N10 is a national route in south africa connecting Port Elizabeth on the Eastern Cape coast with the Namibian border at Nakop, via Cradock, De Aar and Upington. Route[edit]. The N10 begins at Nakop on the Namibian border; on the Namibian side the road is known as the B3.

N7 (South Africa) - Wikipedia

The N7 is a national route in south africa that runs from Cape Town northwards through the West Coast and Namaqualand regions to the Namibian border at Vioolsdrif. After crossing the border, it changes designation to B1 and runs north through Windhoek and the north of Namibia. The portion of the road within Cape Town is a freeway, but it loses limited-access freeway status shortly after exiting ...

N14 (South Africa) - Wikipedia

The N14 is a national route in south africa which runs from Springbok in the Northern Cape to Pretoria. It passes through Upington, Kuruman, Vryburg, Krugersdorp and Centurion. The section between Pretoria and Krugersdorp is maintained by the Gauteng Provincial government and is also designated the P158. The N14 is the only National Route in Gauteng that was not upgraded in 2010 and the only untolled highway.