Monthly Archives: September 2015

OUTA applauds Western Cape toll road judgement

OUTA congratulates the City of Cape Town for taking a stand and defending the rights of citizens to enjoy Toll Free urban roads, which are essential for daily commuting and the development of the economy.

“It was a ludicrous idea… Get more

OUTA pleased with public response to e-Toll gazette

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance is pleased at the overwhelming response by the public who made use of their portal to provide comment to the Department of Transport on the Gazette which sought changes to the regulations on e-tolls.… Get more

OUTA urges public to comment on e-Toll regulation changes

The Department of Transport released the ‘Publication of the National Road Traffic Regulations in Gazette # 39130’ requesting the public to comment on proposed changes to the e-toll regulations by 26 September 2015.

This gazette seeks to introduce a number… Get more

Public comment required on e-Tolls gazette (#39130)

The “Exemption and Rebate regulations in respect in payment of tolls, 2015” is currently open for public comment until the 27th September 2015.

SANRAL are seeking to introduce a number of changes to the e–toll regulations, some of which… Get more

Stoychev court outcome not an e-Toll issue

Following todays court outcome, whereby a Mr Stoychev has pleaded guilty to defeating the ends of justice by driving with false vehicle license plates, OUTA hereby announces that this outcome has nothing to do with non-payment of E-Tolls.

Obviously, SANRAL… Get more

OUTA calls for transparency on Huguenot Tunnel plans

Further to Sanral’s announcement on 8th September of its proposals to finance an upgrade to the Western Cape’s Huguenot Tunnel, while OUTA lauds the decision to keep place with growing traffic and safety requirements, “there is a need for complete… Get more