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oa Civil Engineering = Siviele Ingenieurswese - The Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project

 

Abstract

Very visible, and extensive in its scope and scale, the GFIP is an exciting project that, once completed, should immediately and positively affect the lives of most people living and working in Johannesburg and Pretoria. Whereas other huge, award-winning projects often benefit only a few thousand people on a regular basis, the GFIP promises to contribute substantially to easing the daily lives of hundreds of thousands of motorists and passengers who currently spend many precious hours stuck in traffic. The official launch of the first phase of the GFIP happened on 24 June 2008 during a sod-turning ceremony at the Gilloolys interchange, one of Gauteng's busiest interchanges.

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1974-03-01
2016-12-08
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