Public Talks Highlight Opposition to e-Tolls

It is hoped that government will change its mind about e-tolling Gauteng’s major highways after public talks on the matter are held this week, according to those opposed to it

It is hoped that government will change its mind about e-tolling Gauteng’s major highways after public talks on the matter are held this week, those opposed to the user pay system said.
 
The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) chairperson, Wayne Duvenhage, points out that this is not about fighting government for the sake of fighting.
 
Duvenhage adds that even if they find some technical reason to defend e-tolls in court, it is the will of the people that can make a difference.
 
To read the article titled, “Public talks can halt e-toll - OUTA,” click here.

Source: 
The Citizen

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