In response to reports in the media related to Sanral’s shortage of funds, OUTA is of the opinion that Sanral has only itself to blame for this predicament they find themselves in. Besides a six month period when… Get more
Last month, Kapsch TrafficCom (Austria), the majority partner Electronic Toll Collection Joint Venture (ETC), announced their annual revenues would be boosted by €50 million (over R650m) from their share of the GFIP eToll proceeds. This announcement to the international… Get more
OUTA notes with interest the change of guard in the transport ministery and hopes that Minister Dipuo Peters will bring a change of strategy on the eToll saga and wishes her every success in this challenging role.
Transport covers the… Get more
The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) is both shocked and appalled at
Sanral’s waste of money, spending over R85 million per annum to advertise a
system, which the majority of people have denounced. “This must go down as one… Get more
Following hints and speculation of reduced eToll tariffs as a possible charm offensive tactic by SANRAL, OUTA has previously stated its expectation of such a move by the authorities. Reduced tariffs however, come with more questions and problems than solutions.… Get more