Tuesday, July 01, 2014

OUTA and SANRAL at loggerheads again

Loyiso Langeni
01 July 2014

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance has called for the South African National Roads Agency Limited to clarify prosecution. 

This as Outa has reason to believe that Sanral is planning to have the prosecuting authorities to issue summons to a handful of violators who have not paid their e-toll bills. 

Outa Spokesperson John Clarke said they welcome the announcement by the new Gauteng Premier David Makhura that a special panel to review the impact on e-tolls on the province will be established. 

Clarke said Sanral has not played ball by following the rules they have used hook crook spook methods to intimidate motorists.

"Outa is very keen to continue playing in the space to actually try and turn this thing around.” Clarke added



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