e-toll update notice to Gauteng motorists

Gauteng Advisory Panel on Socio-economic Impact of E-tolls

Following recent media release by ‘The Panel’s’ spokesperson, Thabo Masebe, OUTA hereby summarises the notice in as far as their call for input on the e-toll impact, from society.


e-Tolls: to tag or not and if not, then what?

OUTA has been inundated with queries, ever since the public began receiving SMS notifications and e-Toll invoices for using the freeways. In short, motorists are extremely angry about the treatment they are receiving from Sanral over the e-toll fiasco.

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OUTA research – e-tag take-up dismal

Now that eTolling has started, OUTA have conducted a number of physical e-tag counts on vehicles in two environments, freeway and non-freeway use.  The results give a clear indication that Sanral has once again fabricated their e-tag sales to… Get more

SANRAL misleads once again with 17% cost claim

OUTA objects to Sanral’s repeated statement that  the cost of e-toll collections, is ”only 17%” of the revenue generated by e-tolling.

E-toll collection and administration systems in the US, for example, cost just over 5%. As Wayne Duvenage, OUTA… Get more

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