“Outa filed its answering affidavit for Treasury’s leave to appeal the e-toll interdict in the Constitutional Court today,” he said.
The government approached the Constitutional Court arguing that the decision to halt e-tolling would negatively affect the economy.
In its reply, Outa said the SA National Roads Agency Limited was still not ready to launch the project.
Under the e-toll project, motorists will pay over 35 cents a kilometre to travel on some of Gauteng’s freeways.
The project was to have been launched on April 30, but was postponed for a month after a meeting between the ANC and its alliance partner, the Congress of SA Trade Unions.