The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport on Thursday launched its campaign to popularize no-toll routes, so that motorists in the province are not unduly prejudiced when the e-toll system is implemented on 3 December.
Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport Dr. Ismail Vadi announced the launch of a campaign to popularise alternative no-toll routes during a media briefing held at the Gautrain Offices in Midrand on 28 November 2013.
The Department of Roads and Transport and various municipalities signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish the Gauteng Transport Commission (GTC). The Commission also held its inaugural meeting in Johannesburg.
National Minister of Transport Ms. Dipuo Peters has announced that “tolling on the designated sections of Gauteng Highways will commence on 03 December 2013”.
The Department of Roads and Transport has partnered with West Rand District Municipality to hand over hundreds of bicycles to deserving learners in the greater Krugersdorp area during the month of October.