E-toll report to be released

2015-01-14 15:40

Gauteng premier David Makhura and his executive council will present the e-toll review panel’s final report to the media tomorrow.

Makhura appointed the panel on July 17 to examine the economic and social impact of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project and the electronic tolling system set up to fund it.

The panel presented the report to Makhura last year, but its contents were not made public.

There has been a public outcry over the implementation of e-tolls on Gauteng’s highways, with many motorists refusing to pay their bills.

Panel chairperson Professor Muxe Nkondo handed the panel’s final report to Makhura in Parktown, Joburg, on November 30.

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