SANRAL Criticised Over e-Tolls

SANRAL try to play the pity card when it disclosed that it would approach various banks for a loan to pay for e-toll arrears, says OUTA

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) says that the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) tried to play the pity card when it disclosed that it would approach various banks for a loan of R1.48 billion to pay for e-toll arrears.
 
OUTA chairperson, Wayne Duvenage, points out that, “SANRAL is trying to gain sympathy and the approval of society to allow it to conduct e-tolling.”
 
Duvenage says that SANRAL has been a catalyst to this decision, adding that it did the background work, advised the department and forced the approval on e-tolling. “What SANRAL should have said, and what would have prevented this whole mess, was to say that e-tolls won’t work.”
 
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Source: 
The Citizen

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