Stop/Go in South Africa



We know, especially in business, the phrase "keep it short and simple - KISS". It's often about the message - a short, simple description is far better than something more complex. In South Africa, they're putting a lot of effort into road improvements, especially in rural areas, which can require one traffic lane being closed for long periods, possibly many times on the same road. People just say there are "Stop/Go's" in a certain area and everyone knows their journey will take a bit longer. In Britain, we seem to have a separate language for all of this, e.g. "Carriageway improvements. Traffic management measures in operation. Use hard shoulder in places". Phew!








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