Give feedback on public e-toll hearings: OUTA

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they promised at the hearings that all feedback would be given to the Minister and there would be notification back to the public, there has been no indication that Ben Martins has even remotely taken the feedback from the hearings into consideration

many at the meeting voiced their concerns that the public hearings were merely being held so that government and SCAMRAL could say there was consultation whilst ignoring the feedback, looks like these concerns were valid
 

Allin

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I don't spend a lot of time in Gauteng, but I have no intention of buying an e-tag. Having a vehicle registered in a different province will become an important part of your financial survival strategy!
 

system32

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There are new draft docs published 24 May 2014
The public had 30 days to comment on the draft documents gazetted
Q1. Where can we read the draft documents?
A1. www.nra.gov.za
http://www.nra.co.za/live/click.php?u=http://sanral.ensight-cdn.com/content/36479_24-5_TransEToll.pdf&o=Item+8&v=d82368
http://sanral.ensight-cdn.com/content/36479_24-5_TransEToll.pdf

Q2. Where do we send our comments to?
A2.
Interested persons are invited to submit written comments on the draft notice within
30 days from the date of publication hereof to the Director-General, Department of
Transport.
Comments may be sent to the following postal or e-mail address, or faxed to the
following number:
Mr T H M Mphahlele
Department of Transport
Private Bag X193, PRETORIA, 0001

E-mail:tariff.notice@dot.gov.za

Tel: 012 309 3481
Fax: 012 309 3134
 
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