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Planning your trip     NATIONAL ROADS Show services:
This shows you the routes you can follow on the country's 15 national roads

South African National Roads:
N1      N10      N11      N12      N14      N17      N18      N2      N3      N4      N5      N6      N7      N8      N9     

  N1  Detailed route Reverse
Town Distance Cumulative
Musina 19 19
Polokwane 201 220
Pretoria 47 267
Centurion 26 293
Midrand 19 312
Johannesburg 27 339
Lenasia 35 374
Vanderbijlpark 53 427
Vaal River 10 437
Kroonstad 121 558
Ventersburg 52 610
Bloemfontein 116 726
Colesberg 113 839
Hanover 75 914
Beaufort West 241 1,155
Laingsburg 199 1,354
Matjiesfontein 29 1,383
Touws River 56 1,439
De Doorns 44 1,483
Worcester 33 1,516
Paarl 59 1,575
Cape Town 62 1,637
Summary routes
Click on route number (eg N1) for a detailed listing or on a town for details about the town
N1 Polokwane Pretoria Johannesburg Bloemfontein Cape Town
N2 Durban Umtata East London Port Elizabeth Cape Town
N3 Johannesburg Pietermaritzburg Durban
N4 Pretoria Nelspruit
N5 Harrismith
N6 East London Bloemfontein
N7 Cape Town Springbok Vioolsdrif
N8 Groblershoop Kimberley Bloemfontein Ladybrand
N9 George Graaff Reinet Middelburg Colesberg
N10 Port Elizabeth Middelburg Upington Nakop border control
N11 Groblersbrug Mokopane Middelburg Ermelo Newcastle Ladysmith
N12 George Oudtshoorn Victoria West Kimberley Potchefstroom Johannesburg Witbank
N14 Springbok Upington Krugersdorp Pretoria
N17 Johannesburg Springs Evander Ermelo Swaziland border
N18 Warrenton Vryburg Mafikeng Miga

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