TRANS African Concessions (TRAC) is proud to announce the launch of its new website which featuring a variety of novel and modern elements that mmaking it practical and easy for road users to obtain real-time route-related information.
The user-friendly, bilingual site forms part of TRAC’s ongoing efforts to enhance the quality and availability of essential information for road users, in the official business and media languages of the two countries it serves – South Africa (English) and Mozambique (Portuguese). It also advocates TRAC’s commitment to keeping abreast of technological developments and trends.
Apart from offering a predominantly visual and colourful design the website also offers a detailed route map, which enables road users to obtain real-time information about roadworks and routine maintenance projects. Another unique addition is the Live Chat feature, which is linked directly to TRAC’s 24-hour Help desk and enables road users to connect, in real-time with help desk agents.
As with the previous site, the new one continues to offer all other relevant and interesting information pertaining to TRAC and the N4 Toll Route (from Solomon Mahlangu off-ramp in Gauteng to Maputo in Mozambique).
“With social and electronic media being the most commonly used methods of obtaining information in modern society, we felt it was time to upgrade our website,” explained TRAC CEO Graham Esterhuysen. “It has a fresh and vibrant look and is now more interactive which goes hand-in-hand with today’s online trends.”
Although the look and feel of the website has changed, the site’s URL has remained the same and users can continue accessing it by logging onto www.tracn4.co.za