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Apr 20, 2012
The South African National Roads Agency Limited has indicated that motorists who do not register for e-tags will pay a three times higher punitive rate for using Gauteng's new toll roads.
Apr 13, 2012
The South African National Roads Agency Limited will soon issue revised terms and conditions for road users who register for Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project e-tolling.
Mar 30, 2012
A court application has been filed by the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance to stop tolling in Gauteng.
Feb 10, 2012
The Intelligent Transport Society of South Africa has indicated that the uncertainty around whether tolling will be implemented on Gauteng’s highways has repercussions beyond the province’s borders.
Jan 27, 2012
The Department of Transport has indicated that government will meet all South African National Roads Agency Limited's debt obligations.
Jan 20, 2012
The South African National Roads Agency Limited has reported that e-tolling in Gauteng will not start in February, as indicated last year.
Jan 13, 2012
The South African National Roads Agency Limited has reached 20% of its targeted number of road users registered for electronic tolling.
Dec 15, 2011
South African National Roads Agency Limited's plans to launch e-tolling in Gauteng in February have been dealt a potentially crippling blow.
Dec 02, 2011
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Oct 28, 2011
The South African National Roads Agency Limited has reported that the project, which aims to introduce an e-toll system to most of Gauteng’s highways, is continuing as planned.
Oct 21, 2011
Cabinet has appointed a task team to look into the controversial Gauteng tolling system.
Oct 14, 2011
Road industry organisation the South African Road Federation, says toll roads are a legitimate form of raising funds for road building.
Aug 19, 2011
Cabinet has approved the revised toll tariff structure for the Gauteng freeway improvement project.
Aug 05, 2011
Business Unity South Africa is still concerned about outstanding etolling information on the Gauteng freeway improvement project.
Jul 29, 2011
The Intelligent Transport Society of South Africa has come out in support of the ‘user pay’ principle, which is proposed for Gauteng's freeways.
Jul 15, 2011
The debt incurred to build the first phase of the freeway project is unlikely to be recovered through an increase in the fuel levy.
Jul 08, 2011
A newly revised toll fee structure has been submitted for the Gauteng freeway improvement project.
Jun 24, 2011
The final decision as to when tolling on Gauteng’s freeways will begin lies with the Department of Transport.
Jun 10, 2011
The South African National Roads Agency Limited has raised R300-million in its third bond auction for 2011.
 
 
 
 
Jun 03, 2011
The South African National Roads Agency Limited has refuted reports that operating costs have more than doubled for the Gauteng open road tolling system.
May 20, 2011
The Department of Transport has cautioned that it will take a few weeks before a new toll fee structure for Gauteng’s freeways is finalised.
May 13, 2011
A reportback by the steering committee on the Gauteng freeway improvement project, concerning the proposed toll tariffs, will be finalised shortly.
Apr 15, 2011
The building cost per kilometre of the Gauteng freeway improvement project is reportedly between 106% and 228% more expensive than that of equivalent road improvement projects around the world.
Jul 02, 2010
The GFIP is a long-term freeway upgrade and expansion project and entails the eventual upgrade and construction of about 561 km of freeways.
 
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