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Title: Department of Transport


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Department of Transport
Strategic Plan 2006/07 to 2008/09
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Department of Transport
Content of presentation
  1. Overview of the new structure of the Department
  2. Strategic overview important policy
    developments
  3. Service delivery environment challenges
  4. Service delivery regulation
  5. Budget programmes
  6. Expenditure trends
  7. Department programme strategic plans 1 - 7

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Structure Department of Transport
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Transport Ministry
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Chief Directorate Communications
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Office of the DG
Director-General
Chief Operations Officer P.A
Chief Director Office of the DG PA
D International Regional Relations 1xSec
Director Admin Office of the DG
D Inter -departmentalGovernment Relations 1xSec
D Investigations Forensics 1xSec
D Strategic Planning Monitoring 1xSec
  • 1xDDODG
  • 1xDD CT
  • 1XASD Fin
  • 1xASD
  • 1xAO
  • 1x Driver/ Mess
  • 1xFS Aid
  • Fraud Corruption
  • 1xDD
  • 2xASD
  • 1xASD
  • 3xSAO

Inter -departmentalGovernment Relations 1xDD
International Regional Relations 2xDD

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DDG Financial Management
DD Admin/Stakeholder 2xASD 1xSAO 3xAA 1x
Mess/Driver 1xFood Services Aid
DDG Financial Management PA
CD Internal Audit PA
Chief Financial Officer PA
CD Financial Transactional Services PA
D Internal Control 1xSec
D Internal Audit 1xSec
D Development Finance Internal 1xSec
Financial Management 1xSec
Internal Audit 1xDD 2xASD 2x SAO
1xDD Development Finance Internal
  • 1xDD Travel Claims
  • 1xState Account
  • 1xDD Tax Advisor
  • 1xState Accountant

D Infrastructure Development Finance 1xSec
Computer Audit 1xDD
Directorate Budgeting 1xSec
1xDD Infrastructure Development Finance
  • Supply Chain
  • Management
  • 1xSec
  • 2xAdmin Officer

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Management Services
DDG Management Services PA
Resource Management PA
Corporate Support PA
Legal Services PA
Chief Information Officer PA
D Security Management
Human Resource Administration
Director Information
Corporate Legal
Secretariat Services
Director Business Systems
Transactional Legal Services
Capacity Development
Government Fleet
Director Infrastructure
Director Web Development Administration
OD SP
Office Services
Travel Services
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Transport Research Policy Economic Analysis
Admin Support 1xDD Admin Stakeholder
Mngt 2xASD 2xAdmin Off 4xAA 1xMess/Driver 1xFood
Services Aid
Transport Research, Policy Economic Analysis PA
CD Transport Economic Analysis PA
CD Policy Analysis PA
CD Research Development PA
CD Legislation PA
D Micro Economic Sectoral Analysis 1xSec
D Policy Analysis 1xSec
Director Legislation 1x Sec
D Research Studies 1x Sec
D Macro Economic Analysis 1xSec
D Global Assessment Knowledge Management 1x Sec
D Policy Development 1xSec
Director Implementation 1x Sec
D Impact Monitoring 1xSec
D Economic Modeling 1xSec
D Innovation Strategy 1xSec
D Environmental Impact 1xSec
DBEE 1xSec
DStatistical Services 1xSec
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Transport Regulation
  • 1xDD Admin/Stakeholder Mngt
  • 1xASD
  • 1xASD
  • 1xSAO
  • 1xAA
  • 3x AA
  • 1x Registry Clerk
  • 1x Reproduction
  • 1xMesenger/Driver
  • 2x Food Services

Transport Regulation and DD Systems 1xSAO
CD Maritime Regulation PA
CD Accident and Incident Investigation PA
CDRoad Transport Regulation PA
CD Civil Aviation PA
Chief Director Rail Transport Regulation 1xPA1x
Sec
Director Bilaterals, Safety Security
D Safety Regulation 1x Sec
D Air Transport (name change)
Director Rail Transport Regulation 1x Sec
D Search and Rescue
D Aviation Infrastructure
DEconomic Regulation 1x Sec
Director Industry Development Multilaterals
D Multilateral Affairs (Name Change
DStandards Regulation 1xSec
D Monitoring and Compliance
Director IMO
DEnforcement Regulation 1xSec
Director ICAO
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Integrated Planning Inter Sphere Coordination
1 DD UTF 1xDD Adm /Stakeholder Mngt 1 ASD Fin
Admin 1xASD 2 Accountants 3 Admin Ass, 1xAO 1
Mess//Driver 1 Food Services Aid
Integrated Planning Inter-sphere Coordination PA
Integrated Transport Planning PA
Integrated Infrastructure Network
Development PA
2010 Soccer WC Coordination
Integrated Delivery Programme PA
D Transport Planning Guidelines, Standards
Monitoring 1xSec
2010 WC Transport Projects Coordination
Land Transport Institutional Support 1xSec
Infrastructure Planning 1xSec
2010 WC Technical Support
Infrastructure Network Management 1xSec
D Planning Coordination Evaluation
National 1xSec
Integrated Implementation Support 1xSec
D National Transport Master Plan 1xSec
Infrastructure Finance and Co-ordination
Rural Transport Development
Infrastructure Planning
DTransport Planning Co-ordination Provincial and
Local Plans 1xSec
D IRMA Project 1xSec
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Transport Logistics and Corridor Development
Admin Support 1xDD Adm/Stakeholder
Mngt 2xASD 1xASD Project Admin 2xSAO Project
Admin 3xAA 1xFSA 1xMess/Driver
Transport Logistics and Corridor
Development DDG PA
CD National Logistics Strategy PA 1xASD
Logistics Systems Planning
CD Western Corridor PA
CD Eastern Corridor PA
D Platform Development
D Secondary Networks
Director Airport Seaports 1xSec
DCorridor Performance
D Primary Networks
Director Land 1xSec
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Public Transport
Admin Support 1xDD Adm/Stakeholder Mngt 2xASD 1x
Mess/Driver 1x FSA 1xSAO 4xAA
Public Transport DDG PA
CD Public Transport Management PA
CD Public Transport Strategy Monitoring PA
CD Public Transport Business Development PA
CD Taxi Recap Management PA
D PT Development
D Bus Operations
D Provincial Assistance
Public Transport Policy Strategy Development
Monitoring 1xSec
D Communication Stakeholder Management
D Contract Management
D Business Case Development
D Rail Operations
Strategy and Implementation Monitoring
D Financial Management Procurement
2xDD 2xASD
D Taxi Operations
D PT Integrated Systems 1xSec
D Monitoring
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Public Entity Oversight and Economic Regulation
  • Administration
  • 1xDD Admin/
  • Stakeholder Mngt
  • 1xASD Fin
  • 1xASD
  • 1x AA
  • 1x Mess/Driver
  • 1x Food Services

Public Entity Oversight and Economic
Regulation 1xPA
CD Oversight PA
CD Economic Regulation PA
Director Finance
Director Aviation and Maritime
Director Performance Management Analysis
Director Rail
Director Corporate Governance
Director Road
Director Cross Border Activity
Director Agency Development Policy Advocacy
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2. Strategic overview key policy developments
Department of Transport
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2. Strategic overview key policy developments
Department of Transport
  • In the next 3 years the focus will be on
  • Priority delivery areas with the biggest effect
    being on biggest number of people in shortest
    time.
  • Strategic programmes focusing on needs of
    internal/ external stakeholders especially
    transport users the general public.
  • Building capacity to monitor oversee public
    entities reporting to Minister.
  • Developing regulatory systems capacity to
    ensure operators in the transport sector meet
    safety security standards
  • Establishing a single economic regulator for the
    transport sector.

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2. Strategic overview key policy developments
Department of Transport
  • Key areas of delivery and strategic objectives
    include
  • Facilitate the transport sector preparations for
    the 2010 Soccer World Cup
  • Improve the quality of transport operations and
    broaden access to affordable public transport
    by
  • Transformation of the taxi industry
  • Restructuring passenger rail services
  • Oversee construction of the Gautrain
  • Implement the freight logistics strategy
  • Integrate road networks through the strategic
    framework for roads
  • Operationalisation of the Road Traffic Management
    Corporation
  • Reform the system of compensation to victims of
    motor vehicle accidents (Road Accident Fund)

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2. Strategic overview key policy developments
Department of Transport
  • Key areas of delivery and strategic objectives
    (continued)
  • Restructuring of public transport subsidies
  • Develop regulatory systems and capacity to ensure
    that operators meet safety and security standards
  • Curb the number of road accidents by law
    enforcement, road safety education and
    communication programmes
  • Release a new road safety strategy
  • Finalise the Road Infrastructure Strategic
    Framework
  • Incorporate a further 3000 km of provincial roads
    into the national road system

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2. Strategic overview key policy developments
Department of Transport
  • The objectives that we aim to achieve in
    providing a policy framework and regulation and
    implementation models are to be guided by the
    following strategic intentions and their outcomes
    will be assessed against
  • Competitive transport costs
  • Safety improvements
  • Reduced infrastructure backlogs
  • Improved access
  • Reduced time in transit

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3. Service delivery environment and challenges
Department of Transport
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3. Service delivery environment and challenges
Department of Transport
  • Transport systems dont meet needs regarding
    effective movement of people and goods.
  • Challenges are biggest regarding
  • Access
  • Safety
  • Security
  • Consumer choice
  • Commonest challenge to commuters - transport is
    not accessible to all safety is a concern
  • Culture of service provision must change
  • Primary task transform commuter-based system to
    public transport system for all

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3. Service delivery environment and challenges
Department of Transport
  • Implement freight logistics strategy
  • Benefits sustained economic growth
    leading to more employment opportunities social
    development funding.
  • Two national projects being rolled out
  • Freight databank project collects, collates
    consolidates available freight statistics on
    movement of goods services in SA
  • National freight info systems project integrates
    information on movement of goods services
    across various systems and generates customised
    reports

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3. Service delivery environment and challenges
Department of Transport
Transparent predictable regulatory frameworks
Objectives The regulatory framework will guide
decisions and interventions, limit discretion
avoid unilateral regulatory intervention. Regulato
rs will be equipped with comprehensive flexible
range of instruments.
  • Focus areas include
  • Road safety and security strategies
  • Introducing a fraud and corruption investigating
    unit
  • Rail safety and security regulations
  • Develop a civil aviation strategy
  • Implement maritime policy
  • Facilitate the provision of search and rescue
    services
  • Take over the function of Commissioner for Civil
    Aviation
  • Establishing an independent Ports Regulator and
    Rail Economic Regulator

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Department of Transport
4. Service delivery regulation
  • Service delivery regulation through public
    entities
  • SAPRS
  • SANRAL
  • RAF
  • CBRTA
  • SAMSA
  • CAA
  • UTF
  • RTMC
  • RSR
  • Independent Ports Regulator
  • Interim Rail Economic Regulator
  • ATNS
  • ACSA

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Department of Transport
5. Budget programmes
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Department of Transport
5. Budget programmes
  • The Department aims to realise its objectives
    through the following programmes
  • Programme 1 Administration
  • Programme 2 Transport Policy, Research and
    Economic Analysis
  • Programme 3 Transport Regulation and Accident
    and Incident investigation
  • Programme 4 Integrated Planning and Inter-sphere
    Co-ordination
  • Programme 5 Freight Logistics and Corridor
    Development
  • Programme 6 Public Transport
  • Programme 7 Public Entity Oversight and Economic
    Regulation

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Department of Transport
6. Expenditure trends
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Department of Transport
6. Expenditure trends
  • Expenditure rising rapidly from R5,7bn in 2002/03
    to R15,5bn in 2008/09 at an annual average rate
    of 18,1
  • Public Transport
  • R7, 2bn for Gautrain over the MTEF
  • R1, 6bn for passenger rail infrastructure over
    the MTEF.
  • Public Transport Infrastructure Fund
  • R3,5bn over the MTEF
  • National Roads
  • Spending on national roads grows by 13, 4
    annually from R1,2bn in 2002/03 to R1,75bn in
    2005/06
  • Additional R1,9bn over the MTEF
  • Growth increases to 26,1 over the MTEF, reaching
    R3,5bn in 2008/09
  • R94 m (2006/07), R70 m (2007/08) R75 m
    (2008/09) allocated for
  • developing regional transport infrastructure
  • implementing rural transport strategy
  • reforming RAF
  • transport regulation.

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7. Department programme strategic plans
Department of Transport
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Programme 1 Administration / Management Services
Department of Transport
  • Overall aim provide effective strategic support
    to the entire Department
  • Transport Ministry,
  • Office of the DG,
  • Communication Services,
  • Management Services
  • Financial Services

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Department of Transport
Programme 1 Transport Ministry
  • Facilitates and provides effective support to
    Minister of Transport
  • Responsibilities and Outputs include
  • The provision of an effective media liaison
    service
  • Organising a Transport Consultative Forum
  • Packaging transport information for Members of
    Parliament
  • Implementation of a document management system in
    cooperation with the office of the DG
  • Introducing an internal advisory service on
    Cabinet Memoranda

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Department of Transport
Programme 1 Office of the DG
  • The Office of the DG provides strategic direction
    to the department by, amongst others
  • Managing strategic process
  • Participating in inter-departmental other govt.
    strategic projects
  • Managing departmental systems and processes for
    participation in Govt. Cluster systems
  • Coordinating Transports international relations
  • Managing departmental and forensic investigations
    in keeping with policy imperatives set by Cabinet
  • Implementing an electronic document management
    system
  • Developing a risk assessment profile for the
    department
  • Conducting internal audits
  • Quarterly performance reviews and evaluations

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Programme 1 Communication Services
Department of Transport
  • Provides a comprehensive communication system to
    facilitate participation of South Africans in
  • Governance
  • Economic development
  • Nation-building through sound stakeholder and
    communication strategies

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Programme 1 Communication Services
Department of Transport
  • STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  • Enhance promote the role operations of
    transport in the economy by
  • Promoting awareness of economic opportunities
  • Up-scaling 2nd economy communication on areas
    like rural interventions
  • Build and promote public partnerships
  • Communicate policies and information
  • Embark on a national communication campaign to
    focus on
  • Economic opportunities job creation in
    transport sector
  • Building public participation in implementing
    departmental programmes
  • Access to information and services

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Programme 1 Communication Services
Department of Transport
  • PLAN FOR IMPROVING SERVICE DELIVERY
  • Communication important in improving service
    delivery by communicating with users and
    suppliers of transport services
  • To play an important role in renewed focus on
    Batho Pele campaign to tackle perceptions of
    bureaucratic intertia lack of public
    responsiveness
  • Public communication to be supplemented with
    major internal communication campaign to
    sensitise public servants to significance of
    governance delivery

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Programme 1 Communication Services
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES
Inter-governmental stakeholder programme in public transport sector
Road safety campaign
Departmental publications
Website
Call centres for service points
Communications strategies on freight logistics, 2010 action agenda, investments in public transport and non-motorised transport, rail branch line strategy, and road safety
Active public participation programme
Media relations strategy and policy
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Programme 1 Management services
Department of Transport
  • MANDATE
  • Co-ordinate and render effective, efficient,
    strategic management and corporate support and
    administrative services to the Ministry and
    Department of Transport
  • Business responsibilities
  • Corporate support
  • Resource management
  • Legal services
  • Management of Information Systems
  • Policy priorities
  • Address low productivity morale, and high
    absenteeism turnover by focusing on
  • Strategic management of human capital
  • Providing better work environment
  • Providing information and information technology
    capability
  • Ensuring accessible government services

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Programme 1 Management services
Department of Transport
  • DESIRED STRATEGIC OUTCOMES
  • Better service delivery
  • Improved employee health and well-being
  • Modernisation
  • STRATEGIES INCLUDE
  • Creation of a service help desk to increase
    visibility and make information available and
    accessible
  • Creation and distribution of transport career
    booklets
  • Development of a contract management system
  • Implementation of a scarce skills strategy
  • Retention strategy and team building for the
    department
  • Installing a Government Information System for
    freight, public transport, and inter-sphere
    coordination
  • Review of the transport curriculum for Centres of
    Development

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Programme 1 Management services
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES INCLUDE
Improve the departments corporate image through Service Help Desk New switchboard Identify and review all front line services to the public Update website
Proactive internal and external communication
Distribution of transport career booklets
Complete a new Master Systems Plan
Establish a corporate advisory service
Develop a contract management system
Implement a scarce skills strategy Scarce skills database Recruitment of learners and disabled persons Women empowerment programme Coaching programme for senior managers
Fast track filling of posts
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Programme 1 Management services
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES INCLUDE
(continued)
Improve IT infrastructure Upgrade servers, network and the computer room
Develop a staff retention strategy
Streamlined team building for the whole department
Information sessions for all employees
All employees vetted for security requirements
Office automation through electronic availability of documents and forms
Re-designed functional intranet
Installing a GIS system for freight transport, public transport and inter-sphere co-ordination
Electronic mobile offices for management
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Department of Transport
Programme 1 Financial services
  • OBJECTIVES
  • Ensuring the department has maintains systems
    of
  • financial management,
  • risk management,
  • internal control as well as a
  • procurement system that is fair, equitable,
    transparent, competitive and cost-effective
  • Core deliverable comply with legislation in
    rendering support
  • to line functions, facilitating enhancing
    accountability cycle
  • entrenching principles of good governance
  • Over the medium term, financial services will be
    expanded to
  • include financial transactional services, which
    will include
  • internal and infrastructure development financial
    services

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Department of Transport
Programme 1 Financial services
  • POLICY PRIORITIES
  • Develop and implement financial controls for
    management of new conditional grants
  • Implement regulations issued regarding
    information technology procurement
  • Assist internal audit in implementing risk
    management system
  • Maintain and improve system of internal control
  • Compile financial records for credit card format
    drivers license facility, consolidate into
    financial statements, and cede the contract to
    the RTMC.
  • Facilitate constant monitoring of expenditure
    against budget

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Department of Transport
Programme 1 Financial services
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES INCLUDE
Monthly workshops on expenditure and budget management
Create a Budget and Planning Committee for proactive planning and reprioritisation
Publish a procedure manual for procurement procedures on the intranet
Update and communicate the internal control manual
Re-appoint Programme and Responsibility Managers in the new structure
Create a package restructuring section to assist employees with their financial planning
Contract management - develop a more robust system for approving payments
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Department of Transport
Programme 1 Financial services
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES INCLUDE
(continued)
Credit card format drivers license manufacturing facility
Compile financial records from 1998 to 2006
Consolidate the financial records into the financial statements of the department and restate comparative figures
Cede the contract for the credit card format manufacturing facility to the Road Traffic Management Corporation
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Programme 2 Transport Policy, Research
Economic Analysis
Department of Transport
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Programme 2 Transport Policy, Research
Economic Analysis
Department of Transport
AIM Effectively manage a national innovative
research and development programme, analyse
strategic policies, develop appropriate
legislation, and provide economic advice and
analysis for all modes of transport The
transport policies, strategies, guidelines and
research products will be aimed at providing
safe, reliable, efficient and integrated
transport operations RESULT Promote internal
and external economic growth and global
competitiveness of South Africas transport and
logistics industries
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Programme 2 Transport Policy, Research
Economic Analysis
Department of Transport
  • MANDATE
  • Effectively manage innovative RD programme
  • Ensure analysis and development of integrated
    strategic policies
  • Develop appropriate legislation
  • Economic advice and analysis
  • Administrative and stakeholder management
    services to the Branch
  • KEY OBJECTIVES
  • Develop, review and update transport policies
  • Develop, monitor and evaluate BEE Charter in the
    Transport industry
  • Monitor impact of transport policies
  • Advice across the Departmental Units and all
    modes
  • Provide and co-ordinate research, innovation and
    statistics to the Department and stakeholders

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Programme 2 Transport Policy, Research
Economic Analysis
Department of Transport
  • KEY POLICY PRIORITY - BEE STRATEGY
  • Developing the integrated Transport Sector BEE
    Charter
  • Taxi Recapitalisation Project
  • New institutional arrangements increase in
    black participation
  • Registering taxi operators with SARS
  • Formalise industry to access other passenger
    transport services
  • Bus Sector BEE Charter
  • One of the criteria for award of tenders for
    subsidisation in the Model Tender Contract
    Document
  • Freight Logistics Strategy
  • Addressing institutional and regulatory
    frameworks, infrastructure, ownership,
    management, skills, etc.
  • Creation of public infrastructure with
    socio-economic obligations

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Programme 2 Transport Policy, Research
Economic Analysis
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES
Development of Regulatory Institutions towards a single Transport Regulator
Increasing Access to social and public amenities Scholar Bus Transport Strategy
The Integration of the Non - Motorized Transport (NMT) as a mode of transport
Continuous review and update of existing policies update White Paper
Development of guidelines for the successful implementation of existing policies
Development of new policies
Maritime International Rail Gauge Width Policy Appropriate cargo for appropriate mode Intelligent transport systems
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Programme 2 Transport Policy, Research
Economic Analysis
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES
Policies in support of other departments objectives Transport, Environment and Health Transportation of asbestos Labour intensive approach to transport projects
Regional integration, NEPAD SADC Protocol
Dissemination of National Household Travel Survey
Research and Innovation Strategy
Transport Sector BEE Strategy
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Programme 2 Transport Policy, Research
Economic Analysis
Department of Transport
  • Chief Directorate Transport Economic Analysis
  • AIM
  • Generate economic analysis capability within the
    Department provide analysis and advisory
    services on rail, road, maritime and aviation
    transport.
  • Define economic performance indicator framework
  • Collate analyse critical supply and demand side
    data
  • Supply economic intelligence (and the opportunity
    costs) for priority areas
  • Analyse critical historical trends in core areas
    and develop models for forecasting critical
    variables
  • (such as costs and revenues for operations and
    investment demand for infrastructure)
  • Benchmark components of transport sector to
    foster competitiveness

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Programme 2 Transport Policy, Research
Economic Analysis
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES
Transport ASGISA
Interventions to reduce transport costs
Economic of public transport
Study on taxi subsidy
Performance Indicators Framework
Transport Sector analysis impact on other sectors
MEDIUM TERM STRATEGIES
Database on transport performance indicators
Studies on performance of transport modes
Transport infrastructure funding model and funding scenarios
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Programme 3 Transport regulation accident and
incident investigation
Department of Transport
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Programme 3 Transport regulation accident and
incident investigation
Department of Transport
  • MANDATE
  • Predictable, transparent, better regulatory
    environment confident users
  • Provide safe and secure, reliable and
    environmentally sustainable transportation
  • Ensure confidence in ability of transport to
    respond to accidents and incidents and enhance
    search and rescue capability.

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Programme 3 Transport regulation accident and
incident investigation
Department of Transport
  • KEY OBJECTIVES
  • Enhance safety environmental sustainability of
    road transportation - develop Road Safety
    Strategy and short-term interventions.
  • 151 highly visible traffic patrol vehicles
    deployed on notorious roads
  • Improve safety, security and environmental
    sustainability of the rail transportation, civil
    aviation and maritime sectors
  • Develop Civil Aviation Strategy for
    implementation of National Airports Development
    plan, the Yamoussoukro Decision and Civil
    Aviation Policy
  • Participate in International Civil Aviation
    Organisations Transparency Policy.
  • Creation of Independent Port Regulator
  • Establish and consolidate accident incident
    investigation capacity

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Programme 3 Transport regulation accident and
incident investigation
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES
Develop Road Safety Strategy
Develop Easter and festive season campaigns
Train instructors on new K53
Set up road side Traffic Courts
Legislative amendments to enable RTMC to implement AARTO legislation
Procure technical evidentiary breathalysers
Restructure the cross border regulatory environment
Strategy to address civil aviation security
Road shows on maritime labour convention
Cooperate with international training institutions
Upgrade search and rescue technology
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Programme 3 Transport regulation accident and
incident investigation
Department of Transport
MEDIUM TERM WIN STRATEGIES
Roll out the Road Safety Strategy
Implement recommendations of the Special Investigating Unit and Inspectorate at Driving License Testing Centres
Regulations for rail safety and security standards
Port security coordination
Promulgate search and rescue regulations
Remove the Commissioner for Civil Aviation from the Civil Aviation Authority
Effective coordination of road safety
Manage effect of overloading and transportation of dangerous goods
Implement International Civil Aviation Organisation environmental standards
Oversee development of rail accident investigation
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Programme 4 Integrated planning and inter-sphere
co-ordination
Department of Transport
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Programme 4 Integrated planning and inter-sphere
co-ordination
Department of Transport
AIM Lead integrated transport planning,
implementation of key transport projects and
provision of transport infrastructure across all
spheres of government in support of economic,
social and regional development.
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Programme 4 Integrated planning and inter-sphere
co-ordination
Department of Transport
  • MANDATES
  • Develop transport planning requirements,
    guidelines and standards
  • Co-ordinate development of transport plans by all
    spheres of government
  • Develop national strategic transport
    infrastructure framework
  • Develop facilitate inter-sphere strategic
    implementation framework
  • Implement NLTTA related transport legislation
  • Facilitate establishment of transport-related
    institutional structures
  • Develop and implement integrated infrastructure
    investment plan
  • Develop manage transport infrastructure for all
    modes of transport to support social and economic
    development and government strategies

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Programme 4 Integrated planning and inter-sphere
co-ordination
Department of Transport
  • POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRESS
  • Planning Support Centre Project initiated
  • Travel Demand Management pilot studies will be
    undertaken
  • Projects were implemented to support the
    implementation of a Road Infrastructure Strategic
    Framework for South Africa
  • KEY OBJECTIVES
  • Support for the 2010 FIFA World Cup
  • Development of a National Transport Master Plan
  • Integrated Transport Planning
  • Land Transport Planning
  • Development of a Geographic Information System
    (GIS) platform
  • Rural transport development

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Programme 4 Integrated planning and inter-sphere
co-ordination
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES
Support for the 2010 Fifa World Cup?
Non-Motorised Transport Exposition
Land transport promotion
Development of GIS platform and mapping service
Phase 1 and 2 (inventories and analysis) of National Transport Master Plan
MEDIUM TERM STRATEGIES INCLUDE
Development of a transport planning training programme
Co-ordinate implementation of Part 7 of the NLTTA
Phase 3 (Forward Planning) of National Transport Master Plan
Transfer PTIF money to beneficiaries and monitor implementation
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Programme 4 Integrated planning and inter-sphere
co-ordination
Department of Transport
MEDIUM TERM STRATEGIES INCLUDE (continued)
Call for 2006 priority statements
Engage relevant stakeholders in transport operations
Integrate the Action Agenda with the GEF initiatives
Rural Transport Strategy approval implementation
Implementation of Integrated Rural Mobility Access programmes demonstration projects
Roll out of other non-motorised transport initiatives
Assess capacity to manage Transport Appeal Tribunal Act
Conduct second leg of NLTTA capacity-building programme
Develop integrated implementation framework
Investigate status of EPWP maintenance programmes in Integrated Rural Mobility Access nodes.
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Programme 4 Integrated planning and inter-sphere
co-ordination
Department of Transport
MEDIUM TERM STRATEGIES INCLUDE (continued)
Complete the Road Infrastructure Strategic Framework
Scaling up of EPWP in Roads Sector and coordinate implementation
Revitalisation of Branch line Network and Branch line upgrade projects
Develop a plan for airport infrastructure development
Develop an action agenda for regional development
Embark on regional infrastructure projects
Review transport planning guidelines
Implement transport planning training course
Facilitate implementation of the Integrated Inter-sphere Strategic Implementation Framework
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Department of Transport
Programme 5 Public Transport
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Department of Transport
Programme 5 Public Transport
  • AIMS
  • Develop and lead implementation of public
    transport strategy through targeted programmes,
    partnerships, and effective participation by
    transport users and operators.
  • OVERALL GOAL
  • Create environment where integrated, safe,
    reliable affordable public transport services
    are delivered
  • Contribute to the well being of all South
    Africans
  • Implement strategies to realise indicators
    (reduced travel times and travel costs, comfort,
    safety and better access to public transport)

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Department of Transport
Programme 5 Public Transport
  • KEY OBJECTIVES
  • CURRENT STRATEGY
  • Transition to more comprehensive passenger
    transport system by 2014 through
  • Taxi recapitalisation programme
  • Consolidation of passenger rail entities
  • Transformation of bus industry
  • Co-ordination support of public transport
    strategies at lower level

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Department of Transport
Programme 5 Public Transport
  • PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE FUND
  • Opportunity to work with local government to
  • Ensure integrated planning in land use and
    transport,
  • Integrated transport plans
  • Effective licensing strategies
  • Determination of strategic corridors that respond
    to growing passenger demands

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Department of Transport
Programme 5 Public Transport
  • MEDIUM- TO LONG-TERM STRATEGY
  • Breaking away from existing commuter transport
    system by
  • Introducing integrated ticketing system
  • Developing information systems
  • Travel demand management interventions
  • Better transport indicators
  • Integrated infrastructure
  • Vision that ensures equitable and universal
    access to public transport
  • Review of the public transport subsidy system
  • Transformation and rationalisation of bus
    subsidies
  • Continue the restructuring of passenger rail
    services
  • Implementation of the rail plan to ensure that
    rail operations become financially viable
  • Establish an interim Rail Economic Regulator

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Department of Transport
Programme 5 Public Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES
Regional business plans that gives effect to the strategic objectives of the Interim National Rail Plan
Focused and accelerated investment strategy for priority rail corridors
Investment in rail security related infrastructure
Business plan for merged / new commuter rail entity
Roll out of new taxi vehicles Compliant with safety requirements Visibility (branding)
Scrapping of 10 000 old taxi vehicles
Establish an effective Scrapping and Administration Agency
Implement regulated competition for bus subsidies
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Department of Transport
Programme 5 Public Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES (continued)
Finalise 5 negotiated contracts totalling 800 buses and 250 tender compliant vehicles
Study on optimisation of bus services
Facilitate entry of smaller bus and taxi operators in subsidised contracts
Implementation plan for passenger transport for the next 5 years
Facilitate enforcement and implementation of bus and taxi priority lanes
Develop a stakeholder management strategy
Interactions with commuter, organised labour and community based organisations
Initiate a National Commuter Hotline
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Department of Transport
Programme 5 Public Transport
MEDIUM TERM STRATEGIES INCLUDE
Complete the consolidation of passenger rail entities
Finalise conversion of operating licenses
Implement regulations for safety of taxi vehicles
Amendments to NLTTA to regulate the taxi industry
Electronic fare collection and information system
Travel Demand Management Framework
Reform of public transport subsidies
Public transport corridor and network programme
Model for devolution and funding of passenger transport functions
Accelerated implementation of Public Transport Infrastructure Fund projects
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Programme 6 Transport Logistics and Corridor
Development
Department of Transport
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Programme 6 Transport Logistics and Corridor
Development
Department of Transport
  • FOCUS OVER THE MTEF
  • Finalising policies strategies in freight
    transport
  • Starting implementation of such strategies
  • Developing implementing corridor optimisation
    strategies
  • Establishing firm base of info resources
    research
  • Establishing centre for coordinating freight
    industry info, resources training
  • PRIORITY AREAS
  • Air, rail, road, port inland terminals
  • Priority corridors for intervention Gauteng
    KZN Corridor Cape Town Harare Corridor
  • PRIORITY AREAS IN INFORMATION
  • Establishing National Freight Information System
  • Populating the data base with nationally relevant
    information

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Programme 6 Transport Logistics and Corridor
Development
Department of Transport
  • OBJECTIVES
  • To concentrate on policies, strategy, and
  • implementation that deliver
  • Transit, storage processing time reduction
  • Reduced environmental impacts
  • Reduced costs
  • Greater integration of 2nd 1st economy
    transport systems
  • Increases in system dynamic static capacity

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Programme 6 Transport Logistics and Corridor
Development
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES
Gauteng Durban Corridor Develop integration plan for City Deep and its supply chains Feasibility study on integration of Harrismith hub Freight integration approach for Dube trade Port Special Purpose Vehicle for the joint ownership of King Shaka International Airport Communication roll out for Dube Trade port and King Shaka International Airport
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Programme 6 Transport Logistics and Corridor
Development
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES (continued)
ACSA capital restructuring plan and model
Develop Branch Line competition introduction model
Centralised Freight Information Platform Implement platform Establish data sets Commence data acquisition and integration
Establish National Logistics Centre
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Programme 6 Transport Logistics and Corridor
Development
Department of Transport
MEDIUM TERM STRATEGIES INCLUDE
Integrated City Deep Strategy
Corridor Optimisation Strategies
Commissioning of King Shaka International Airport and decommissioning of Durban International Airport
Master Plan for Durban International Airport redevelopment
Branch Line Strategy implemented and new institutional structure effected
National Freight Information System established
National Corridor performance measurement platform
Develop freight models and scenario planning
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Programme 7 Public Entity Oversight and Economic
Regulation
Department of Transport
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Programme 7 Public Entity Oversight and Economic
Regulation
Department of Transport
  • MANDATE
  • Transparent predictable regulatory frameworks.
  • Shaping our institutions to optimise service
    delivery.
  • KEY STRATEGIES
  • Institutional appropriateness for economic growth
    better service delivery
  • Strengthen governance of entities to improve
    service delivery
  • institutional arrangements
  • mandating, monitoring, and constant improvement
  • Achieve growth of the transport sector by
    developing transparent, predictable regulatory
    frameworks
  • Rail Economic Regulator
  • Ports Economic Regulator
  • Air transportation regulations for regulating
    committee

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Programme 7 Public Entity Oversight and Economic
Regulation
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES
Board Recruitment Policy
Develop regulations for the Road Accident Fund Amendment Act
Performance agreements with public entities
Implement Civil Aviation Policy
Develop National Aviation Strategy
Develop Airlift Strategy
Public entity institutional analysis
Public entity mandate setting
Legislation to align oversight processes
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Programme 7 Public Entity Oversight and Economic
Regulation
Department of Transport
SHORT-TERM QUICK WIN STRATEGIES (continued)
Model for restructuring Cross Border Road Transport Agency
Develop institutional design model for Transport Safety Regulator
Set up the Ports Regulator
Develop Maritime Regulations for the Ports Regulator
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Programme 7 Public Entity Oversight and Economic
Regulation
Department of Transport
MEDIUM TERM STRATEGIES INCLUDE
Strategy for positioning and restructuring public entities
Interim rail economic regulatory capacity
Implement Airlift Strategy
Review civil aviation legislation new airports
Develop a comprehensive civil aviation database system
Review and strengthen existing and develop new economic regulations for civil aviation
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Department of Transport
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