On 21 October, Minister Dipuo Peters opened the Umgeni R512 Freeway interchange in KwaZulu Natal, citing Sanral’s plans to pump R37 billion into this region’s road networks, and stating that tolling would not be introduced as a funding mechanism.
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Mr Alli’s request to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on 15th October 2015, to sanction proposed regulations for the withholding of vehicle licences (in the case of outstanding e-toll bills), is clearly part of their coercive strategy to get motorists… Get more
In response to the Mail and Guardian’s announcement on 11 October 2015, that the e-Toll scheme was on the brink of collapse, OUTA has always indicated that the scheme’s ability to survive in the medium term as an efficient ‘user-pays’… Get more
Ahead of SANRAL’s envisioned bond auctions on Wednesday 07/10/2015, the recent release of SANRAL’s annual report for the 2014/2015 financial year, contains a number of serious discrepancies and omissions. OUTA believes these pertinent matters need to be to disclosed to… Get more
The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance finds the SA National Roads Agency’s (SANRAL) threatening response to a high court ruling on the Western Cape Winelands freeway upgrade project, as absurd and outrageous.
“The fact that a court has ruled against… Get more