N1 Western Bypass (South Africa)
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Western Bypass is a section of the N1 and the Johannesburg Ring Road located in the city of Johannesburg, South Africa. The freeway was inially opened in 1975 as a route to avoid the city centre of Johannesburg and access for the western areas of the Witwatersrand. From the south, the Western Bypass begins at the Diepkloof Interchange in Soweto, where it splits from the N12 freeway. The Western Bypass ends at the Buccleuch Interchange, where it merges with the N3 and M1 freeways. The interchanges with which it coincides are (from north to south): Rand Show Rd, Soweto Highway, Maraisburg Road, Gordon Road, 14th Avenue, Beyers Naudé Drive, Malibongwe Drive, William Nicol Drive, and Rivonia Road.