World Cup road closures Durban

27/05/2010 at 12:48 5 comments


South Africans and World Cup visitors residing in one of the nine host cities will have to bear in mind that some roads will be closed off during the Football World Cup. Below you will find a list of road closures in Durban, in the vicinity of the Moses Mabhida stadium. The road closures apply from midnight before each match to after the match. Bear in mind that I received this list from the authorities. If there are changes or road closures that are not mentioned: email the municipality to complain! And email me too, so that I can add them to the list and make amendments.

  • Sandile Thusi Road – Closed from Umgeni Road to Ruth First
  • Umgeni Road – No stopping or parking
  • Isaiah Ntshangase Road – Closed from Umgeni to Ruth First
  • Battery Beach – Closed from Masabalal Yengwa to Suncoast Boulevard
  • Beachfront and surrounds Egress and movement restricted across precinct
  • Masabalala Yengwa Avenue – Northbound carriageway closed between KE Masinga and Smiso Nkwanyana Roads.
  • Southbound carriageway is affected as follows:

– Restricted access between Smiso Nkwanyana &  Isaiah Ntshangase Rd
– Closed between Isaiah Ntshangase and Battery Beach
– Restricted access between Battery Beach and Sandile Thusi
– Restricted access between Sandile Thusi and Somsteu Roads

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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. George Adams  |  31/05/2010 at 10:43

    How’s about a map?
    I haven’t learned the street names yet, and I guess 90% of Durbanites don’t know them either.
    And pity the poor visitor with a year old road map!

    Reply
    • 2. Miriam Mannak  |  01/06/2010 at 10:11

      I suggest people go to Google Maps to get a map of the area.

      Reply
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  • 4. Leslie Hart  |  02/06/2010 at 14:45

    Where do we as a business get permits to move in restricted area’s in Durban

    Reply
    • 5. Miriam Mannak  |  02/06/2010 at 16:35

      Ask your municipality or the local organising committee 🙂

      Reply

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