NGO Calls for e-Toll Suspension

Nothing but a decision to mothball Gauteng's controversial e-toll system will heal the rift of trust which has arisen between SANRAL and the public, argues OUTA

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) says nothing but a decision to mothball Gauteng's controversial e-toll system will heal the rift of trust which has arisen between the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) and the public.

In a press statement, SANRAL states that: "The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance notes (Gauteng) Premier David Makhura’s sincere desire to see an amicable solution to the e-toll impasse; however, we reiterate our call for the underlying problem to be a recognised for what it is - an unresolved historical conflict arising from the failure of SANRAL to observe basic values and principles governing public administration."

OUTA maintains that people are "not just looking for charitable financial relief for their e-toll bills, but an honest frank acknowledgement that SANRAL has not lived up to its constitutionally defined obligations."

To read the article titled, “Mothball e-tolls, urges OUTA,” click here.

Source: 
Fin 24

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