R513 road (South Africa)

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The R513 is a Regional Route in South Africa. It is an east-west route. The western origin is just north of Hartbeespoort, North West from the R511. From there it heads east, quickly crossing the border to Gauteng, and entering the city of Pretoria in the north-west. It meets with Pretoria's M17 at a staggered junction continuing through the suburbs of Akasia (as Brits Road) and Pretoria North (as Rachel de Beer Street). It then becomes co-signed with Pretoria's M1 and the R101 before emerging as the east-bound Sefako Makgatho (Zambesi) Drive, which runs through Annlin and Montana before forming an interchange with the N1 and exiting the city. Just east of the city, the R573 is given off, heading north-east. Continuing east it passes through the town of Cullinan where the R515 is given off, heading south. At Ekangala, the road meets the north-south R568 road at a t-junction. It is co-signed to the south for a short time, before the R513 leaves to the south-east to end at the R104 near Bronkhorstspruit.