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    Luxembourg Protocol can save South Africa billions – Rail Working Group

    The adoption of the Luxembourg Rail Protocol to the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment is expected to be a game changer for South Africa, said Rail Working Group chairperson Howard Rosen on Thursday. The treaty, which i…

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    Luxembourg Protocol can save South Africa billions – Rail Working Group

    The adoption of the Luxembourg Rail Protocol to the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment is expected to be a game changer for South Africa, said Rail Working Group chairperson Howard Rosen on Thursday. The treaty, which i…

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    Toll firm sees resolution of e-toll impasse as critical to unlocking investment

    Future upgrades, new developments and freeway links under the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) are being threatened by the public’s non-compliance with the e-tolling system, Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) CEO Coenie Vermaak says. Should the development of the second and third phase of the project not kick off “desperately” soon, Gauteng’s road network will be in a similar position to what is was about ten years ago, with freeway congestion expected to slow vehicles to less than 30 km/h.

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    Toll firm sees resolution of e-toll impasse as critical to unlocking investment

    Future upgrades, new developments and freeway links under the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) are being threatened by the public’s non-compliance with the e-tolling system, Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) CEO Coenie Vermaak says. Should the development of the second and third phase of the project not kick off “desperately” soon, Gauteng’s road network will be in a similar position to what is was about ten years ago, with freeway congestion expected to slow vehicles to less than 30 km/h.

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    E-toll management company works to make Gauteng freeway project sustainable as it seeks to …

    The Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) will continue managing the e-tolling systems on Gauteng’s freeways on behalf of the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) until at least December 2019, as the State-owned roads agency works on a new tender. Eight years after being established as a special purpose vehicle to supply and manage an integrated e-tolling system for Gauteng’s upgraded freeways, ETC, owned by Austria-based firm Kapsch hopes to have its contract extended until 2021.

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    E-toll management company works to make Gauteng freeway project sustainable as it seeks to …

    The Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) will continue managing the e-tolling systems on Gauteng’s freeways on behalf of the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) until at least December 2019, as the State-owned roads agency works on a new tender. Eight years after being established as a special purpose vehicle to supply and manage an integrated e-tolling system for Gauteng’s upgraded freeways, ETC, owned by Austria-based firm Kapsch hopes to have its contract extended until 2021.

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    ETC works to make Gauteng freeway project sustainable as it seeks to re-win tender

    The Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) will continue managing the e-tolling systems on Gauteng’s freeways on behalf of the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) until at least December 2019, as the State-owned roads agency works on a new tender. Eight years after being established as a special purpose vehicle to supply and manage an integrated e-tolling system for Gauteng’s upgraded freeways, ETC, owned by Austria-based firm Kapsch hopes to have its contract extended until 2021.

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    ETC works to make Gauteng freeway project sustainable as it seeks to re-win tender

    The Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) will continue managing the e-tolling systems on Gauteng’s freeways on behalf of the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) until at least December 2019, as the State-owned roads agency works on a new tender. Eight years after being established as a special purpose vehicle to supply and manage an integrated e-tolling system for Gauteng’s upgraded freeways, ETC, owned by Austria-based firm Kapsch hopes to have its contract extended until 2021.

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    E-toll management company works to make Gauteng freeway project sustainable as it seeks to …

    The Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) will continue managing the e-tolling systems on Gauteng’s freeways on behalf of the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) until at least December 2019, as the State-owned roads agency works on a new tender. Eight years after being established as a special purpose vehicle to supply and manage an integrated e-tolling system for Gauteng’s upgraded freeways, ETC, owned by Austria-based firm Kapsch hopes to have its contract extended until 2021.

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    Luxembourg Protocol can reshape African rail industry

    The adoption of the Luxembourg Protocol to the Cape Town Convention can be a solution to unlocking billions of dollars of investments from private investors into Africa’s rail industry. The new treaty, which will provide a Luxembourg-based central international registry of ownership of railway assets, can enable Africa to create a more vibrant and competitive industry through increased freight volumes.

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