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Transport regulatory mess to be sorted out

At an initial meeting of the parliamentary transport meeting, mention was made of  a new Transport Planning and Implementation Bill that was in draft form to act as a regulatory backdrop for the proposed shake up in the national transport as it applies to all three tiers of government.

Government planners advised they were undertaking an overview of current transportation systems, an analysis of different scenarios for land based transportation and an implementation plan.

The committee heard that existing transport legislation had to be totally overhauled because much in the way of regulatory control was being handled badly or not at all at local government level and that even at national level some aspects of transport law were not being implemented at all.

The committee was told that in terms of the Constitution, it was imperative that all spheres of government co-coordinate and co-operate on matters of government policy and execution  and, consequently, new, all embracing legislation that applied to all levels of government as far as road transport was concerned, was to be introduced shortly.

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