Diepsloot residents have been protesting since early Monday morning.
702 has received many complaints from callers who say they are stuck in traffic.
Edna Mamonyane Johannesburg metro police spokeswoman to Xolani Gwala.
She says JMPD and Saps are on the scene helping with the gridlock.
Diepsloot residents are demanding electricity and better housing.
#Diepsloot# protesters are throwing stones at the commuters and commuters are throwing back to protesters pic.twitter.com/Qxe7PqWi8k— Lufuno Ndouvhada (@Funie28) July 10, 2017
Police are monitoring the situation on the N14.
Listen to the update from JMPD below: