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SANRAL plans to bring e-tolls to Cape Town


South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) plans to introduce e-tolls in Cape Town in order to fund road maintenance.

Mayoral committee member for transport, Brett Herron, joins Jerusha Sukhdeo-Raath in studio to discuss the legal battle the city is currently having with SANRAL.

Herron says the decision process that led to the adoption of SANRAL’s plans to toll freeways were legally flawed, and the city does believe that the cost to consumer and the economy is justified.

Are there other ways to fund road improvements and maintenance?

Watch the video here.

Source: News 24


 

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