OUTA Calls on Govt to Scrap e-Tolls

The only positive e-tolling outcome would be if government scraps the system and comes up with funding through the national fiscus, fuel levy and other mechanisms, argues OUTA

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) says the only positive e-tolling outcome would be if government scraps the system and comes up with funding through the national fiscus, fuel levy and other mechanisms.

OUTA chairperson, Wayne Duvenage, states that the organisation expects that government will try and hold on to e-tolls in some form in the hybrid funding model.

“We expect Treasury will put some funding towards the problem and will be there partially to bail out SANRAL’s [the South African National Roads Agency's] situation,” he adds.

To read the article titled, “OUTA calls for Ramaphosa to scrap e-tolls,” click here.

Source: 
Fin24

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