1. antowan

    Do you trust that e-Toll funds will be spent on the roads generating the tolls?

    In response to this thread: Do you have faith that the toll moneys will be spent on the actual toll road generating the toll traffic?
  2. LazyLion

    [May 2013..Dec 2013] The Gauteng E-tolling Thread

    The imminent collapse and inability of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act (Aarto) to collect fines from errant motorists could see the collapse of the e-tolling system even before it starts. The Star yesterday revealed how Aarto is imploding because, among others...
  3. LazyLion

    No proof of Winelands Toll Route Authorisation: City

    Sanral has not shown a shred of evidence to prove its proposed winelands tolling project has been properly authorised, the Western Cape High Court heard on Thursday. Geoff Budlender SC, for the City of Cape Town, said the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) had failed to offer any...
  4. LazyLion

    Sanral proposes more toll roads, says DA
  5. LazyLion

    COSATU Dismisses DA's Toll Claim

    Cosatu on Thursday rejected the DA's claims that the ANC was not supporting moves to oppose tolling in the Western Cape. "The position of the ANC in [the Cape Town] council was that we wanted further negotiations on the toll road issues, not running to court with wasting of millions of rands...
  6. LazyLion

    Cape Town's Tolls Will be Different: SANRAL

    The proposed N1-N2 Winelands toll project in Cape Town will be different to Gauteng's e-tolling system, the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) said on Thursday. Spokesman Vusi Mona said Gauteng would have an open road tolling system with no booths on the roads, whereas Cape Town would...
  7. LazyLion

    National Assembly Approves E-Tolling Bill

    Legislation paving the way for putting e-tolling on the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) into practice was approved in the National Assembly on Tuesday. Introducing debate on the Transport Laws and Related Matters Amendment Bill, Transport Minister Ben Martins said the bill was...
  8. LazyLion

    Road Upgrades Planned for Gauteng So that's their plan for the alternatives? Fix a few potholes and promote a train service that only barely covers one quarter of the city? At least he told us that driving on the new highways will be free... I'm gonna keep...
  9. LazyLion

    AfriForum tries to join e-tolls case again Again with the "friend of the court" thing?? :confused: You know that is going to be denied. Why don't they just join OUTA as an applicant??? Everybody know they oppose the tolling.
  10. LazyLion

    OUTA files court documents to defend Interdict Appeal Go OUTA!!! :D
  11. LazyLion

    E-tolls legal bill: you’ll pay for the Govt's legal defense Can these stupid mooks ever find a way to stop leaking cash at such an alarming rate??? :(
  12. LazyLion

    Outcome of the OUTA Court Case against SANRAL

    The decision is being handed down now by Judge Prinsloo.... Some Tweets to keep you going.... Judge finds that Outa (main applicant) has standing to bring the case. Still discussing the other applicants. Judge finds OUTA and SAVRALA have standing in the case. Judge going through...
  13. LazyLion

    Cosatu to strike again on e-tolls, labour brokers Can't they just separate the issues for once?
  14. LazyLion

    Collecting e-toll fees 'impossible'
  15. LazyLion

    Interdict lodged against SANRAL and MEC of R&T to stop tolling system.!/search/realtime/sanral!/search/realtime/etolls Sweet! :D
  16. LazyLion

    Beware Cosatu's strike, employers told Wish my boss would give me the day off! :p
  17. LazyLion

    Toll fees slashed haha, sorry SANRAL and Mr. Gordhan, but I am still not buying one of your stupid little e-tag devices. And I am not paying your stupid toll fees either! At least, not until there is a commission appointed to find out what...
  18. W

    Blow to tolls as plan to fine drivers hits hurdles

    Article in BD THE South African National Road Agency’s (Sanral’s) plans to launch e-tolling in Gauteng in February have been dealt a potentially crippling blow, as it emerged yesterday authorities are still unsure how to punish...
  19. LazyLion

    Gauteng was 'warned' about flaws in the tolling system back in 2007
  20. LazyLion

    Article: Road tolls planned across South Africa

    More toll roads planned as govt seeks to plug deficit Seriously? When is enough going to be enough? And when will the South African public be so fed up that they start the protests?