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Be aware of these highway closures




The AAD expo – Africa’s solely aerospace and defence expo – is at the moment underway on the Waterkloof Air Power Base in Centurion, Pretoria.

The Tshwane Metro Police Division mentioned a number of roads might be closed over the weekend as a result of African Aerospace and Defence (AAD) expo.

AAD expo 2022

Watch: Air present sneak peek

The occasion combines each a commerce exhibition and an air present, and returns after an extended break on account of the Covid-19 pandemic.

This yr’s occasion, which formally opened on Wednesday, 21 September 2022, attracts exhibitors from all continents.

The ADD expo features a host of nationwide pavilions, together with the world’s main aerospace and defence producers.

Hold your pets secure

The metro police have warned residents who stay round Waterkloof Air Power Base about a rise in plane motion since 17 September 2022, which is anticipated to peak on the weekend.

“On the times of the occasion – which is Saturday and Sunday, 24 and 25 September 2022, the noise stage of the plane might be excessive.”

In the meantime, from 9am to 6pm, residents within the space are suggested to maintain their pets safe and secure.

IN PICS: AAD Expo day one at Waterkloof Air Force base

Street closures

The division urged motorists to observe data boards, including that every one routes might be clearly marked as properly.

“TMPD might be deployed on all routes to help with visitors stream and monitor all highway closures.”

Streets that might be closed on the times of the occasion:

  • Solomon Mahlangu Drive and R21 freeway.
  • Solomon Mahlangu Drive and Solomon Cress (Unie Avenue).
  • Veldpou Avenue at Dastek.

Parking might be obtainable at:

  • Park and trip from Armscor (Krygkor), subsequent Waterkloof Hoërskool.
  • Park and trip from 68 Air College, Trichardt Rd and Zircon Avenue.
  • Guatrain Station in Centurion.

Parking entry factors:

  • From van Ryneveld Rd, Nellmapius Drive, Van Ryneveld Street and N1 Botha Avenue as much as Topaz Avenue.

Edited by Cheryl Kahla, unique article through SAnews.gov.za.



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