Sanral and Ekurhuleni in billboard battle

The South African National Roads Agency Ltd is at loggerheads with the City of Ekurhuleni over numerous illegal billboards the municipality has approved. Full Article here: News Gauteng Category RSS … [Read more...]

Sanral tries to dodge test case – claim

Outa has accused the Sanral of being "disingenuous" with regard to its commitment to a test case for Gauteng's e-toll defaulters. Full Article here: News Gauteng Category RSS … [Read more...]

E-tolls: Cosatu accuses Sanral of ‘bullying’

Cosatu has labelled Sanral’s threat to issue e-toll defaulters with summons as an extreme form of “bureaucratic bullying”. Full Article here: News Gauteng Category RSS … [Read more...]

Sanral threatens e-toll defaulters

Roads agency says motorists “who have consistently refused to settle their e-toll debt” can expect a visit from the sheriff. Full Article here: News Gauteng Category RSS … [Read more...]

Sanral issues revised e-toll tariffs

Sanral reissues its e-toll tariffs after omitting both the punitive tariffs and the special discount in the previous publication. Full Article here: News Gauteng Category RSS … [Read more...]

Motorists willing to make e-tolling system work: Sanral


Pretoria - The high number of motorists registered for e-tags shows that motorists are prepared to make the Gauteng e-tolling system work, the South African National Road Agency Limited (Sanral) told the Portfolio Committee on Transport on Tuesday. Sanral updated the Portfolio Committee on both the successes and challenges of the Gauteng e-tolling system. On the positive side, the agency's boss Nazir Alli explained to the committee that the toll system was stable and handling large volumes … [Read more...]

SANRAL clarifies sms bills confusion

Pretoria -The SA National Roads Agency (SANRAL) has clarified confusions over e-tolls bills that were sent to unregistered road users a month after the system was introduced. This comes after motorists who did not register for e-tolling reportedly complained of receiving their bills via text messages. In a statement on Tuesday, SANRAL said it was dealing with queries that have been raised ever since the system was implemented. SANRAL spokesman Vusi Mona said: "We would like to assure … [Read more...]

Sanral records increase in e-tag sales


Pretoria - South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) says there has been an increase in the sale of e-tags after the dismissal of a court appeal against the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP). Last week, the Supreme Court of Appeal dismissed the Opposition to Urban Tolling Association's (Outa) bid to stop the implementation of e-tolls on Gauteng's freeways. According to newspaper reports, Sanral spokesperson Vusi Mona said the company had sold about 8000 e-tags since the … [Read more...]

Calls for Gauteng road users to register for e-tolls

Dipuo Peters

Pretoria - Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has called on Gauteng road users to register for the e-tolling system and get their e-tags ahead of the implementation of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Programme (GFIP), which could be less than a month away. "I am appealing to South Africans, in particular Gauteng, who have vehicles running on the road to register. It's better for you to get your tag in time before the rush, now that it is signed into law," Peters said on Tuesday. She was … [Read more...]