Public has 30 days to comment.
The Department of Transport on Wednesday announced the proclamation of the Transport Laws and Related Matters Ammendment Act, following the enactment of the legislation in law by the President.
The department published four sets of regulations in the Government Gazette, to keep the public informed in relation to this process and also encourage their participation.
What the public will find helpfull in the gazette is the E-toll tariff which most have been waiting to review.
Spokesman for the department, Tiyani Rikhotso says that all the information is already in the publication and has clear indications of how much e-tolls will cost the public.
'Light motor vehicles with an e-tag will be charged 30c/k and those without will be charged 59c/k" said Tiyani Rikhotso
The public has until the 3rd week of November to share their views on the tariffs.
Other regulations set out in the gazetter are Conditions of Tolling, Exemption from Tolling, E-toll road signage and E-toll specifications.
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