Confusing e-Toll Statements Criticised

OUTA says recent statements about e-tolls reportedly made by Gauteng transport MEC are causing confusion

The Opposition To Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) says recent statements about e-tolls reportedly made by Gauteng transport MEC, Ismail Vadi, while positive, are causing confusion.

OUTA’s Wayne Duvenage, points out that, “In the statement made by the Sunday Independent... Vadi suggests that e-tolls should be replaced by more efficient user pays mechanisms.”

Duvenage says if e-tolling is being questioned and seen as ineffective the entirescheme should be set aside until a more efficient and equitable solution has been found, adding that, “Every day the fiasco continues is a burden to society.”

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