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Strategic Plan (2020 – 2025) and Annual

Performance Plan (2020/21)

Alec Moemi - Director General, 06 May 2020

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Presentation Outline

• NDP Pillars aligned to the 7 Apex Priorities


• Minister’s Priorities: “Changing Lanes, Moving SA Forward”
• Strategic Overview of the DoT
• DoT Strategic Plan 2020 – 2025
• DoT Annual Performance Plan 2020/21

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NDP PILLARS AND THE SEVEN
(7) APEX PRIORITIES

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NDP Pillars aligned to the Seven (7) Apex
Priorities of the 6th Administration

• Pillar 1: A Strong and Inclusive Economy


- Priority 2: Economic Transformation and Job Creation

• Pillar 2: Capabilities of South Africans


- Priority 3: Education, Skills and Health
- Priority 4: Consolidating the Social Wage through Reliable and
Quality Basic Services
- Priority 5: Spatial Integration, Human Settlements and Local
Government
- Priority 6: Social Cohesion and Community Safety

• Pillar 3: A Capable State


– Priority 1: A Capable, Ethical And Developmental State
– Priority 7: A Better Africa and World
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Minister’s Priorities - “Changing Lanes,
Moving South Africa Forward”

Re-Imagining Transport, Re-Imagining the Future

•Infusing the ‘Khawuleza’ ethos in delivering transport services to the


citizenry

•Focus to be guided by five (5) strategic thrusts:

– Safety (including security) as an enabler of service delivery;


– Public transport that enables social emancipation and an economy that
works;
– Infrastructure build that stimulates economic growth and job creation;
– Building a maritime nation, elevating the oceans economy; and
– Accelerating transformation towards greater economic participation

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DoT STRATEGIC OVERVIEW

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DoT Vision and Mission

Vision

“Transport, the Heartbeat of Economic Growth and


Social Development”

Mission

“Lead development of efficient and integrated


transport systems by creating a framework of sustainable
policies, regulations and implementable models to support
government strategies for economic and social
development”

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DoT Values
• Maintain fairness and equity in all our operations

• Strive for quality and affordable transport for all

• Stimulate innovation in the transport sector

• Ensure transparency, accountability and monitoring


of all operations; and

• Ensure sustainability, financial affordability,


accessibility as well as upholding of the Batho Pele
principles

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DoT Priority Focus Areas
1. SAFETY as an enabler of service delivery

2. PUBLIC TRANSPORT that enables social emancipation and an economy that works

3. INFRASTRUCTURE build that stimulates economic growth and job creation

4. Building a MARITIME nation, elevating the oceans economy

5. Accelerating TRANSFORMATION towards greater economic participation

6. INNOVATION that advances efficiencies and supports a continuous improvement model

7. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION – Recovering and maintaining a healthy natural


environment

8. Improved Efficiency and Effectiveness of SUPPORT SERVICES

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DoT Delivery Programmes
• Programme 1: Administration

• Programme 2: Integrated Transport Planning

• Programme 3: Rail Transport

• Programme 4: Road Transport

• Programme 5: Civil Aviation

• Programme 6: Maritime Transport

• Programme 7: Public Transport

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DoT STRATEGIC PLAN

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DoT Impact Statement

A competitive, efficient, accessible, reliable


Impact and safe South African transport system that
Statement enables socio-economic growth and
development

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DoT PRIORITY FOCUS AREA 1:

SAFETY AS AN ENABLER OF
SERVICE DELIVERY

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SAFETY
NDP Pillar 2: Capabilities of South Africans

Priority 6: Social Cohesion and Safer Communities

MTSF Programme: Safe Communities

Sub-Programme: Safer Transport Systems

OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Improved • % reduction in road • 12 921 road crash • 25% (Road crash fatalities
transport crash fatalities fatalities per annum reduced from 12 921 to 9 690)
safety and
• Number of rail safety • 1 400 rail safety • 1 140 rail safety occurrences
security
occurrences reported occurrences

• Number of rail security • 4 676 rail security • 4 100 rail security occurences
occurences reported occurences

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SAFETY(continued)
NDP Pillar 2: Capabilities of South Africans

Priority 6: Social Cohesion and Safer Communities

MTSF Programme: Safe Communities

Sub-Programme: Safer Transport Systems

OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Improved • % reduction in fatal accidents • Zero (0) fatal • Maintain the zero (0) fatal
transport in scheduled commercial accidents accident rate
safety and aviation
security • % reduction in fatal accidents • 20 fatal accidents • 50% (Fatal accidents reduced
in general aviation from 20 to 10)
• Reduction in reportable • Ten (10) reportable • Below five (5) reportable
maritime safety incidents rate maritime safety maritime safety incident rate
incident rate
• Reduction in maritime fatality • Two (2) maritime • Below one (1) maritime fatality
rate fatality rate rate
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DoT PRIORITY FOCUS AREA 2:

PUBLIC TRANSPORT THAT


ENABLES SOCIAL EMANCIPATION
AND AN ECONOMY THAT WORKS

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT
NDP Pillar 2: Capabilities of South Africans
Priority 5: Spatial Integration, Human Settlements and Local Government
MTSF Programme: Basic Service Delivery
Sub-Programme: Public Transport

OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Improved • Expanded funding • No direct operational subsidy for • Revised Public Transport
accessibility, scope for public minibus taxis Funding Model approved
quality and transport • Capital Subsidy through the Taxi and implemented
reliability of Recapitalisation Programme
public • Fragmented funding sources for
transport land-based public transport
• Number of cities • 6 cities currently operating • 13 cities operating IPTNs
operating integrated IPTNs
public transport
networks

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT(continued)
NDP Pillar 2: Capabilities of South Africans
Priority 5: Spatial Integration, Human Settlements and Local Government
MTSF Programme: Basic Service Delivery
Sub-Programme: Public Transport
OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Improved • Number of average • 165 000 average weekday • 350 000 average weekday
accessibility, weekday passenger trips trips passenger trips
quality and across IPTNs in 13
reliability of selected cities
public • Number of passenger rail • 213 million passenger trips • 520 million passenger trips
transport trips
• Improved rural access • 6 district municipalities • 16 district municipalities
and mobility assisted with IPTN plans assisted with IPTN plans
• 90 000 bicycles distributed • 135 000 bicycles distributed
in selected district
municipalities
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DoT PRIORITY FOCUS AREA 3:

INFRASTRUCTURE BUILD THAT


STIMULATES ECONOMIC GROWTH
AND JOB CREATION

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INFRASTRUCTURE AND JOB
CREATION
NDP Pillar 1: A Strong and Inclusive Economy
Priority 2: Economic Transformation and Job Creation
MTSF Programme: Economy and Jobs
Sub-Programme: Competitive and Accessible Markets
OUTCOME
OUTCOME BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET
INDICATOR
Increased access • Increased investment • Zero base • Private Sector Participation (PSP) Framework
to affordable and in transport developed and implemented
reliable transport infrastructure • High Speed Rail (HSR) Framework developed
systems
and implemented
PRASA Rolling Stock Fleet  
Renewal Programme  

•23 train sets deployed •290 new train sets deployed in priority
corridors
PRASA Modernisation  
Programme

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•28 stations modernised •56 stations modernised
INFRASTRUCTURE AND JOB
CREATION(continued)
NDP Pillar 1: A Strong and Inclusive Economy

Priority 2: Economic Transformation and Job Creation

MTSF Programme: Economy and Jobs

Sub-Programme: Competitive and Accessible Markets

OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET


Increased access • Increased investment in SANRAL Road Maintenance  
to affordable and transport infrastructure Programme  
reliable transport
systems •Good Conditions – 60% •Maintain the Overall Condition
•Fair Condition – 36% Index (OCI) of the national road
•Poor Condition – 4% network as per the baseline.

Provincial Road Maintenance  


Programme  

•Paved Roads – 46 548 km •5% of provincial road network


•Gravel Roads - 226 273 km maintained

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INFRASTRUCTURE AND JOB
CREATION(continued)
NDP Pillar 1: A Strong and Inclusive Economy
Priority 2: Economic Transformation and Job Creation
MTSF Programme: Economy and Jobs
Sub-Programme: Competitive and Accessible Markets
OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET
Reduced impact on • % freight moved from • 6.1 million tons • 10% of road freight transferred to
road infrastructure road to rail rail
Decent jobs • Number of jobs created PRASA Infrastructure  
sustained and created Development Programme  

•Zero Base •33 000 (Direct and Indirect)


SANRAL Road Maintenance  
Programme  

•12 000 •33 500


Provincial Road Maintenance  
Programme  

•900 000 •500 000


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INFRASTRUCTURE AND JOB
CREATION(continued)
NDP Pillar 1: A Strong and Inclusive Economy
Priority 2: Economic Transformation and Job Creation
MTSF Programme: Economy and Jobs
Sub-Programme: Competitive and Accessible Markets

OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Decent jobs • Number of jobs ACSA Infrastructure  


sustained and created Programme
created
•30 684 (direct and indirect jobs) •69 103
ATNS Infrastructure  
Programme

•1 688 •8 412

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DoT PRIORITY FOCUS AREA 4:

BUILDING A MARITIME NATION,


ELEVATING THE OCEANS
ECONOMY

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MARITIME
NDP Pillar 1: A Strong and Inclusive Economy

Priority 2: Economic Transformation and Job Creation

MTSF Programme: Economy and Jobs

Sub-Programme: Competitive and Accessible Markets

OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Increased access • Increased efficiency • National Ports Authority • Transnet National Ports
to affordable and of the port system (TNPA) is a division of Authority (TNPA) corporatized
reliable transport Transnet
systems • Operation Phakisa • Refurbishment, maintenance
Oceans Economy and construction of new port
infrastructure monitored in
identified ports as per the
Three-Foot Plan
• Improved maritime • Draft Merchant Shipping • Merchant Shipping Act
regulatory Bill promulgated and implemented
environment
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DoT PRIORITY FOCUS AREA 5:

ACCELERATING
TRANSFORMATION TOWARDS
GREATER ECONOMIC
PARTICIPATION
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TRANSFORMATION
NDP Pillar 1: A Strong and Inclusive Economy
Priority 2: Economic Transformation and Job Creation
MTSF Programme: Economy and Jobs
Sub-Programme: Competitive and Accessible Markets
OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Increased • Improved regulation • ERT Bill approved for • Single Transport Economic
access to and competitiveness submission to Cabinet Regulator (STER) established
affordable and and operationalized
reliable transport • Lack of an overarching • National Rail Act developed
systems rail legislative framework and implemented
• % increase in • 1.9% Young Technical • 1.5%
previously Talent, ATC, AME and
disadvantaged aeronautical engineering
individuals with critical disciplines introduced at
and scarce skills in undergraduate levels
technical aviation
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occupations
TRANSFORMATION(continued)
NDP Pillar 1: A Strong and Inclusive Economy
Priority 2: Economic Transformation and Job Creation
MTSF Programme: Economy and Jobs
Sub-Programme: Competitive and Accessible Markets
OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Increased • Competitive ship • Five merchant vessels • Ten (10) merchant vessels
access to registration system registered on the South registered on the South African
affordable and African Ship Register Ship Register
reliable transport
systems

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DoT PRIORITY FOCUS AREA 6:

INNOVATION THAT ADVANCES


EFFICIENCIES AND SUPPORTS A
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
MODEL
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INNOVATION
NDP Pillar 1: A Strong and Inclusive Economy
Priority 2: Economic Transformation and Job Creation
MTSF Programme: Economy and Jobs
Sub-Programme: Innovation
OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET
Improved • Integrated Automated • 2011 Regulations on Integrated • Single (Integrated) Electronic
competitiveness Fare Collection Fare System utilising inter- Ticketing System rolled out in
through adoption of Technology operatable bank cards operational selected government-subsidized
new technology implemented in Johannesburg, Cape Town, public transport operators
Tshwane, George and eThekwini
IPTNs and the Gautrain
• Legislative framework • Zero base • Approved Regulations for
for implementation of implementation of Autonomous
Autonomous Vehicle Vehicle Technology
Technology
• Improved regulatory • Approved RPAS Regulations • Amended RPAS Regulations
environment for (2015) adopted and monitored
Remotely-Piloted 30

Aircraft System (RPAS)


DoT PRIORITY FOCUS AREA 7:

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION –
RECOVERING AND MAINTAINING A
HEALTHY NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

NDP Pillar 2: Capabilities of South Africans


Priority 5: Spatial Integration, Human Settlements and Local Government
MTSF Programme: Environmental Management and Climate Change
Sub-Programme: Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction
OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Natural • % reduction in • Approved Green Transport • 1% GHG emission reduction to


resources greenhouse gas Strategy 9.8% of the country’s total
managed and (GHG) emission • Transport sector accounts emission
impact of climate for 10.8% of the country’s
change total emission
minimised • 2000 – 2017 GHG
Inventory
Pollution • Reduction in • Two (2) maritime pollution • Below one (1) maritime
incidents reportable maritime incident rate pollution incident rate
reduced pollution incident
rate
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DoT PRIORITY FOCUS AREA 8:

IMPROVED EFFICIENCY AND


EFFECTIVENESS OF SUPPORT
SERVICES

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
AND DEVELOPMENT
NDP Pillar 2: Capabilities of South Africans

Priority 3: Education, Skills and Health

MTSF Programme: Education and Training

Sub-Programme: Skills Development

OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Improved sector • % reduction in vacancy rate • 14.7% (DoT) • Vacancy rate decreased
skills and to 10% and below
capacity • % of staff establishment • 326 employees trained • 60%
trained as per the
Department’s Skills Plan

• Number of bursaries managed • Average 147 per • 140


annum
• Number of interns employed • Average 52 per annum • 50

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GOVERNANCE AND INTERNAL
CONTROL ENVIRONMENT
NDP Pillar 3: A Capable State

Priority 1: A Capable, Ethical and Developmental State

MTSF Programme: A Capable and Honest Government

Sub-Programme: Leadership, Governance and Accountability

OUTCOME OUTCOME INDICATOR BASELINE FIVE-YEAR TARGET

Improved • AGSA audit opinion as per the • Unqualified Audit • Unqualified Audit Report
governance and Public Audit Act (No. 25 of Report with findings with no significant
strengthened 2004) findings (Clean Audit
control Report)
environment

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DoT ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN
2020/21

PER PROGRAMME & SUB-PROGRAMME

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PROGRAMME 1:

ADMINISTRATION

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OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL
SUB-PROGRAMME: STRATEGIC PLANNING, MONITORING AND
EVALUATION

Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance Output MTEF Period
Output Performance
Outcome Indicator
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Leadership, Governance and Accountability


Improved DoT Annual DoT Annual Approved Annual Annual Annual Annual
governance and Performance Plan Performance Plan Performance Plan Performance Plan Performance Plan
Performance
strengthened (2021/22) approved (2020/21) (2022/23) approved (2023/24) approved
Plan (2021/22)
control by Executive
environment Authority approved
DoT Annual Report DoT Annual Report Approved Annual Annual Report Annual Report Annual Report
(2019/20) approved Report (2018/19) (2020/21) approved (2021/22) approved
(2019/20)
by Executive
approved
Authority
DoT 3-year DoT Evaluation Draft Evaluation DoT Evaluation - Mid-Term
Evaluation Plan Plan (2020 – 2022) Plan Evaluations
Plan approved
approved by commissioned
Accounting Officer

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OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OPERATIONS
OFFICER (COO)
SUB-PROGRAMME: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND
DEVELOPMENT
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance Output MTEF Period
Output Performance
Outcome Indicator

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Skills Development

Improved sector Filling of vacant Number of vacant 80 75 75 75


skills and positions positions filled
capacity Implementation of % of employees 326 employees 60% 60% 60%
the Transport trained in line with trained
Skills Programme the Workplace
Skills Plan

Number of 147 140 140 140


bursaries
managed

Number of interns - 50 - 50
employed
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OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL
OFFICER (CFO)
SUB-PROGRAMME: BUDGETING AND COMPLIANCE

Annual Targets

Performance Output Estimated


Output MTEF Period
Outcome Indicator Performance

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Leadership, Governance and Accountability

Improved Implementation of Annual Progress Annual Progress Annual Annual Progress Annual Progress
governance and action plan to Report on the Report on the Progress Report on the Report on the
strengthened address audit implementation of implementation of Report on the implementation of implementation of
control findings action plan to action plan to action plan to action plan to
implementatio
environment address audit address audit address audit address audit
n of action
findings findings findings findings
plan to
developed
address audit
findings

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PROGRAMME 2:

INTEGRATED TRANSPORT
PLANNING

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SUB-PROGRAMME:
RESEARCH AND INNOVATION
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Innovation
Improved Regulations for Regulations for Literature review Guidelines for Recommendations Draft Regulations
competitiveness Autonomous Autonomous on Autonomous testing, licencing for amendment of for Autonomous
through adoption Vehicle Technology Vehicle Technology Vehicle legislation finalised Vehicle Technology
and legislation of
of new technology approved Technology and approved developed
Autonomous
vehicle
technology
developed
Reduction in Greenhouse Emission and Pollution
Natural resources Implementation of Carbon Emission - Draft Framework  Draft Procurement  Approved
managed and the Green Transition Plan for the alignment Guidelines for Procurement
impact of climate Transport Strategy implemented Electric Vehicles Guidelines for
of Electric
change minimised developed Electric Vehicles
Vehicles
Regulations
developed
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SUB-PROGRAMME:
MODELLING AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets


Increased access Establishment of Economic Economic Economic Regulations for the A Single Transport
to affordable and the Single Regulation of Regulation of Economic Economic
Regulation of
reliable systems Transport Transport (ERT) Bill Transport (ERT) Regulation of Regulator
Transport (ERT)
Economic approved by Bill approved by Transport (ERT) established
Regulator (STER) Parliament Cabinet (for Bill approved by Act approved
introduction to Parliament
Parliament)

Public Transport
Improved National Household National Household NHTS Pilot Statistical NHTS provincial Thematic reports
accessibility, Travel Survey Travel Survey Survey conducted reports produced:
release of the
quality and (NHTS) Report (NHTS) conducted and    
NHTS Analytical
reliability of public data collected   •Household
transport Report Expenditure on
  Public Transport,

  •Non-Motorized
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SUB-PROGRAMME:
REGIONAL INTEGRATION
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Increased regional Regional Regional Regional Draft Regional Regional Implementation of


integration and Integration Strategy Integration Strategy Integration Integration Strategy the Regional
Integration
trade (RIS) approved by Strategy approved by Integration Strategy
Strategy
Cabinet Framework Cabinet
developed developed

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PROGRAMME 3:

RAIL TRANSPORT

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SUB-PROGRAMME:
RAIL REGULATION
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets


Increased access National Rail Act National Rail Bill - Draft National Draft National Rail National Rail Bill
to affordable and approved by Bill approved for approved by
Rail Bill
reliable transport Parliament submission to Cabinet for
approved for
systems Cabinet (for introduction to
submission to approval) Parliament
Cabinet (for  

public
consultations)
Safer Transport Systems
Improved Railway Safety Act Railway Safety Bill Railway Safety Railway Safety Railway Safety Bill Regulations for the
transport safety approved by Bill approved by approved by Railway Safety Act
Bill submitted to
and security Parliament Cabinet for Parliament developed
Parliament
introduction to
Parliament

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SUB-PROGRAMME:
RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Increased access Private Sector Private Sector - Draft Private Private Sector Private Sector
to affordable and Participation (PSP) Participation (PSP) Participation (PSP) Participation (PSP)
Sector
reliable transport Framework Framework approved Framework Framework
Participation
systems by Cabinet approved for approved by
(PSP) submission to Cabinet
Framework Cabinet

developed

High-Speed Rail High-Speed Rail - High-Speed Rail High-Speed Rail High-Speed Rail
(HSR) Corridor (HSR) Corridor (HSR) Corridor (HSR) Corridor
(HSR) Corridor
Framework Framework approved Framework Framework
Framework
by Cabinet approved for approved by
developed submission to Cabinet
Cabinet

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SUB-PROGRAMME:
RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT (cont…)
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance Performanc MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator
Outcome e

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets


Increased access Implementation of Number of new train - Analysis Report on Analysis Report on Analysis Report on
to affordable and the Rolling Stock sets rolled-out on the Rolling Stock the Rolling Stock
the Rolling Stock
reliable transport Fleet Renewal priority corridors Fleet Renewal Fleet Renewal
Fleet Renewal
systems Programme Programme Programme
Programme
Implementation of Number of stations - Analysis Report on Analysis Report on Analysis Report on
the PRASA modernised the PRASA the PRASA
the PRASA
Modernisation Modernisation Modernisation
Modernisation
Programme Programme Programme
Programme
Decent jobs Implementation of Number of jobs Analysis Report on Analysis Report on Analysis Report on
sustained and the PRASA created jobs created through jobs created
jobs created
created Infrastructure PRASA Infrastructure through PRASA
through PRASA
Programme Programme Infrastructure
Infrastructure Programme
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Programme
SUB-PROGRAMME:
RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT (cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Passenger Rail Agency of South • Number of new train sets rolled-out • 42 new train sets Annual Progress Report
Africa (PRASA) in priority corridors signed off by PRASA
• Number of stations modernised • 5 stations Accounting Authority

• Number of jobs created • 166

• Number of full-time equivalents • 0


(FTEs) created
(Gibela is in partnership with
various institutions of higher
learning)

• Number of youths (18-35) employed • 132

• Number of women employed • 76

• Number of persons with disabilities • 4


employed

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SUB-PROGRAMME:
RAIL OPERATIONS
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance Performanc MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator
Outcome e

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Public Transport
Improved Rail passenger Number of rail - Analysis Report on Analysis Report on Analysis Report
accessibility, trips passenger trips PRASA Rail PRASA Rail on PRASA Rail
quality and Operations Operations Operations
reliability of public
transport
Safer Transport Systems
Improved Reduction in rail Number of rail 1 400 1 333 1 266 1 202
transport safety safety safety
and security occurences occurrences
reported
Reduction in rail Number of rail 4 676 4 521 4 431 4 299
security security
occurences occurrences
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reported
SUB-PROGRAMME:
RAIL OPERATIONS (cont…)

Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Public Transport

Passenger Rail Agency of South Number of passenger rail trips • 240 million passenger Annual Progress Report
Africa (PRASA) rail trips signed off by PRASA
Accounting Authority

Safer Transport Systems

Passenger Rail Agency of South Number of rail safety occurences • 1 333 rail safety Annual Progress Report
Africa (PRASA) reported occurences signed off by PRASA

Number of rail security occurences • 4 521 rail security Accounting Authority

reported occurences

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PROGRAMME 4:

ROAD TRANSPORT

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SUB-PROGRAMME:
ROAD TRANSPORT REGULATION
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Safer Transport Systems


Improved Reduction of road Implementation of National Road Analysis Report Analysis Report on Analysis Report on
transport safety crashes and the National Road Safety Strategy on the the implementation the implementation
and security fatalities Safety Strategy monitored of the National of the National
implementation of
monitored Road Safety Road Safety
the National Road
Strategy Strategy
Safety Strategy
Leadership, Governance and Accountability
Improved National Anti-Fraud National Anti-Fraud Draft National Draft National Draft National Anti- Approved National
governance and and Corruption and Corruption Anti-Fraud and Anti-Fraud and Fraud and Anti-Fraud and
strengthened Strategy for the Strategy for the Corruption Corruption Strategy Corruption Strategy
Corruption
control Road Traffic Road Traffic Strategy for the for the Road Traffic for the Road Traffic
Strategy for the
environment Environment Environment Road Traffic Environment Environment
Road Traffic
approved by Environment approved by implemented
Environment
Cabinet Cabinet
approved for
submission to
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SUB-PROGRAMME:
ROAD TRANSPORT REGULATION (cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Safer Transport Systems


Road Traffic Management • % reduction in road fatalities • 20% reduction Annual Progress Report
Corporation (RTMC) signed-off by RTMC
Accounting Authority

Provincial Departments of Transport Safety and Compliance   Annual Monitoring Reports


Transport signed off by Accounting
•Number of road safety awareness •4 608 Officers of Provincial
programmes Departments of Transport
• Number of schools involved in • 2 564
road safety education programme
Transport Administration and  
Licensing

•Number of compliance inspections •200 Dangerous Goods


conducted operators
•418 Driving Licence Testing
Centres
•480 Vehicle Testing Stations
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SUB-PROGRAMME:
ROAD TRANSPORT REGULATION (cont…)

Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Safer Transport Systems

Provincial Departments of Law Enforcement   Annual Monitoring


Transport Reports signed off by
•Number of speed operations •80 580 Accounting Officers of
conducted Provincial Departments
of Transport
• Number of vehicles weighed • 3 276 160
• Number of drunken driving • 62 416
operations conducted

• Number of vehicle stopped and • 10 288 900


checked

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SUB-PROGRAMME:
ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Increased Expansion and Surfaced roads - Analysis Report Analysis Report Analysis Report
access to maintenance of maintained on the SANRAL on the SANRAL on the SANRAL
affordable and national roads Road Road Road
reliable Maintenance Maintenance
Maintenance
transport Programme Programme
Programme
systems
Maintenance of Surfaced roads Provincial Road Analysis Report Analysis Report Analysis Report
provincial roads maintained Maintenance on the on the Provincial on the Provincial
Programme Provincial Road Road Road
Gravel roads monitored Maintenance Maintenance
Maintenance
maintained Programme Programme
Programme

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SUB-PROGRAMME:
ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT (cont…)
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets


Decent jobs Jobs created Number of jobs - Analysis Report Analysis Report Analysis Report
sustained and through the created on jobs created on jobs created on jobs created
created SANRAL Road through the through the through the
Maintenance SANRAL Road SANRAL Road
SANRAL Road
Programme Maintenance Maintenance
Maintenance
Programme Programme
Programme
Jobs created Analysis Report Analysis Report Analysis Report Analysis Report
through the on jobs created on jobs created on jobs created on jobs created
Provincial Roads through the through the through the through the
Maintenance Provincial Road Provincial Road Provincial Road
Provincial Road
Programme Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance
Maintenance
Programme Programme Programme
Programme

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SUB-PROGRAMME:
ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT (cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Competitive and Accessible Markets

South African National • Kilometres of surfaced roads • 22 214 km Annual Monitoring Report
Roads Agency Limited maintained (National) signed off by SANRAL
(SANRAL) Accounting Authority

Provincial Departments of Planning   Quarterly and Annual


Transport (PDTs)     Monitoring Reports signed off
•Number of kilometres of surfaced •10 000 km by Accounting Officers of
roads visually assessed as per the   Provincial Departments of
applicable TMH manual Transport

• Number of kilometres of gravel • 30 000 km


roads visually assessed as per
the applicable TMH Manual

Construction  
   
•Number of kilometres of gravel •200 km
roads upgraded to surfaced roads

58
SUB-PROGRAMME:
ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT (cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Provincial Departments of Maintenance   Quarterly and Annual


Transport (PDTs)     Monitoring Reports signed off
•Number of kilometres of surfaced •7 899 km by Accounting Officers of
roads rehabilitated Provincial Departments of
Transport
• Number of square metres of • 20 927 km
surfaced roads resealed

• Number of kilometres of gravel • 26 005 km


roads re-gravelled

• Number of square metres of • 4 633 875 m2


blacktop patching

• Number of kilometres of gravel • 2 324 138 km


roads bladed

59
SUB-PROGRAMME:
ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT (cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Competitive and Accessible Markets

South African National SANRAL Road Projects   Annual Monitoring Report


Roads Agency Limited     signed off by SANRAL
(SANRAL) •Number of job opportunities created •50 000 Accounting Authority

• Number of full-time equivalents • 16 000


(FTEs) created

• Number of youths (18-35) • 6 000


employed

• Number of women employed • 2 000

• Number of persons with • 50


disabilities employed

60
SUB-PROGRAMME:
ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT (cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Provincial Departments of Provincial Roads Maintenance   Quarterly and Annual


Transport (PDTs) Programme   Monitoring Reports signed off
  by Accounting Officers of
•Number of job opportunities created •209 904 Provincial Departments of
Transport

• Number of full-time equivalents • 44 457


(FTEs) created

• Number of youths (18-35) • 12 000


employed

• Number of women employed • 2 000

• Number of persons with • 50


disabilities employed

61
PROGRAMME 5:

CIVIL AVIATION

62
SUB-PROGRAMME:
AVIATION POLICY AND REGULATION
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Increased Air Service Act Air Service Bill Socio-Economic Draft Air Service Air Service Bill Air Service Bill
access to promulgated approved by Impact Bill submitted to approved by approved by
affordable and Parliament Assessment Cabinet Cabinet for Parliament
reliable conducted on introduction in
transport the Draft Air Parliament
systems Services Bill

Decent jobs Implementation of Number of jobs - Annual Analysis Annual Analysis Annual Analysis
sustained and Aviation created Report on jobs Report on jobs Report on jobs
created Infrastructure created through created through created through
Programmes Aviation Aviation
Aviation
(ACSA and Infrastructure Infrastructure
Infrastructure
ATNS) Programmes Programmes
Programmes

63
SUB-PROGRAMME:
AVIATION POLICY AND REGULATION
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Innovation

Improved Reviewed Reviewed - Regulations for Reviewed Reviewed


competitiveness Regulations for regulations for Remotely- Regulations for Regulations for
through Remotely-Piloted Remotely-Piloted Piloted Aircraft Remotely-Piloted Remotely-Piloted
adoption of new Aircraft System Aircraft System Aircraft System Aircraft System
System (RPAS)
technology (RPAS) (RPAS) approved (RPAS) approved (RPAS)
reviewed
monitored

64
SUB-PROGRAMME:
AVIATION POLICY AND REGULATION
(cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Airports Company South • Number of jobs created • 1 269 Annual Monitoring Report
Africa (ACSA) signed off by ACSA
  • Number of full-time equivalents (FTEs) • 3 407 Accounting Authority
created

• Number of youths (18-35) employed • 1 021

• Number of women employed • 1 578

• Number of persons with disabilities • 85


employed

65
SUB-PROGRAMME:
AVIATION POLICY AND REGULATION
(cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Air Traffic Navigation • Number of jobs created • 44 Annual Monitoring Report


Services (ATNS) signed off by ATNS
  • Number of full-time equivalents (FTEs) • 38 Accounting Authority
created

• Number of youths (18-35) employed • 16

• Number of women employed • 9

• Number of persons with disabilities • 0


employed

66
SUB-PROGRAMME:
AVIATION POLICY AND REGULATION
(cont…)

Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Innovation

South African Civil Aviation • Review Regulations for Remotely- • Reviewed Regulations Draft Reviewed Regulations
Authority (SACAA) Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) for Remotely-Piloted for Remotely-Piloted Aircraft

Aircraft System (RPAS) System (RPAS) signed off by


the Director of Civil Aviation

67
SUB-PROGRAMME:
AVIATION ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Increased Skills Training Memoranda of - Memoranda of Memoranda of Memoranda of


access to Programme in Agreement Agreement (MoAs) Agreement Agreement
affordable and Technical between the DoT reviewed with implemented implemented
reliable Aviation and relevant
relevant academic
transport Qualifications academic
institutions for
systems institutions
accretion of
implemented
technical
qualifications

68
SUB-PROGRAMME:
AVIATION SAFETY, SECURITY,
ENVIRONMENT AND SEARCH & RESCUE
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Safer Transport Systems


Improved Reduction in fatal Number of fatal - Analysis Report Analysis Report on Analysis Report on
transport safety accidents in accidents recorded the State of the State of
on the State of
and security Aviation in Aviation Aviation Safety in Aviation Safety in
Aviation Safety
South Africa South Africa
in South Africa
South African South African Draft South Draft South South African South African
Maritime and Maritime and African Maritime Maritime and Maritime and
African Maritime
Aeronautical Aeronautical and Aeronautical Aeronautical Aeronautical
and
Search and Rescue Search and Rescue Search and Search and Rescue Search and Rescue
Amendment Act Amendment Bill Rescue Aeronautical Amendment Bill Amendment Bill
approved by Amendment Bill Search and approved by approved by
Parliament endorsed by Rescue Cabinet for Parliament
SASAR Executive introduction to
Amendment Bill
Committee Parliament
submitted to
Cabinet 69
SUB-PROGRAMME:
AVIATION SAFETY, SECURITY,
ENVIRONMENT AND SEARCH & RESCUE
(cont…)
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Safer Transport Systems

Improved A functional A functional - Implementation Aviation Safety Operations of the


transport safety Aviation Safety Aviation Safety Framework for Investigation Aviation Safety
and security Investigation Investigation the Board Investigation
Board Board established established Board monitored
establishment of
the Aviation
Safety
Investigation
Board approved

70
SUB-PROGRAMME:
AVIATION SAFETY, SECURITY,
ENVIRONMENT AND SEARCH & RESCUE
(cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Safer Transport Systems

South African Civil Aviation • Number of fatal accidents recorded in • 0 Annual Progress Report
Authority scheduled commercial aviation (State of Safety Report)
signed off by the Director of
Civil Aviation
• % reduction in fatal accidents recorded • 10% reduction
in general aviation

71
PROGRAMME 6:

MARITIME TRANSPORT

72
SUB-PROGRAMME:
MARITIME POLICY AND LEGISLATION
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets


Increased access Corporatisation of Transnet National - Transnet National - -
to affordable and Transnet National Ports Authority Ports Authority
reliable transport Ports Authority (TNPA)
(TNPA)
systems (TNPA) corporatised
corporatised
Maritime Maritime - Draft Maritime Stakeholder Maritime
Development Fund Development Fund Development consultations Development Fund
(MDF) Bill (MDF) Bill approved conducted on the Bill submitted to
Fund Bill
by Parliament draft Maritime Cabinet
developed
Development Fund
Bill
Improved Merchant Shipping Merchant Shipping Draft Merchant Draft Merchant Merchant Shipping Regulations for the
regulatory Act Bill approved by Shipping Bill Shipping Bill Bill approved by Merchant Shipping
environment Parliament approved for Parliament Act
approved by
submission to
Cabinet for
Cabinet
introduction to
73
Parliament
SUB-PROGRAMME:
MARITIME POLICY AND LEGISLATION
(cont…)

Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Reduction of Greenhouse Emission and Pollution


Natural Domestication of MARPOL Annex - Marine Pollution Marine Pollution Marine Pollution
resources the MARPOL VI implemented Prevention Prevention Prevention
managed and Annex VI Amendment Bill Amendment Bill Amendment Bill
impact of (incorporating (incorporating
(incorporating
climate change Annexes IV and Annexes IV and
Annexes IV and
minimised VI) approved by VI) approved by
VI) submitted to
Cabinet for Parliament
Cabinet
submission to
Parliament

74
SUB-PROGRAMME:
MARITIME INFRASTRUCTURE AND
INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Competitive and Accessible Markets

Increased Implementation of Operation - Annual Audit Annual Audit Annual Audit


access to the Operation Phakisa Oceans Report on Report on Report on
affordable and Phakisa Oceans Economy Three- Operation Operation Operation
reliable Economy Three- Foot Plan Phakisa Phakisa
Phakisa
transport Foot Plan monitored developed developed
developed
systems
Operating Model Operating Model - Model for a Model for a Model for a
for a National for a National National National Shipping National Shipping
Shipping Shipping Shipping Company Company
Company Company approved for approved by
Company
approved by approved Cabinet Cabinet
developed
Cabinet submission

75
SUB-PROGRAMME:
MARITIME IMPLEMENTATION,
MONITORING AND EVALUATION
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Safer Transport Systems


Improved Reduction in Analysis Report - Analysis report Analysis report on Analysis report on
transport safety Maritime Safety on reportable on maritime maritime safety maritime safety
and security Incident Rate maritime safety safety incident incident rate incident rate
incident rate
rate
Reduction in Analysis Report - Analysis report Analysis report on Analysis report on
Maritime Fatality on reportable on maritime maritime fatality maritime fatality
Rate maritime fatality fatality rate rate rate
rate
Reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emission and Pollution
Pollution Reduction in Analysis Report - Analysis Report Analysis Report Analysis Report
incidents Maritime Pollution on maritime on maritime on maritime on maritime
reduced Incident Rate pollution rate pollution rate pollution rate pollution rate

76
SUB-PROGRAMME:
MARITIME IMPLEMENTATION,
MONITORING AND EVALUATION (cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Safer Transport Systems

South African Maritime • Reportable maritime safety incident • Below ten (10) Annual Progress Report (State
Safety Authority (SAMSA) rate recorded for all types of vessels reportable maritime of Safety Report) signed off by

safety incident rate the SAMSA Accounting

• Reportable maritime fatality rate Authority


• Below two (2)
recorded for all types of vessels reportable maritime
fatality rate
Reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emission and Pollution

South African Maritime • Maritime pollution incident rate for all • Below two (2) maritime Annual Progress Report (State
Safety Authority (SAMSA) types of vessels pollution rate of Safety Report) signed off by
the SAMSA Accounting
Authority

77
PROGRAMME 7:

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

78
SUB-PROGRAMME:
PUBLIC TRANSPORT NETWORK
DEVELOPMENT
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome
2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Innovation
Improved Single Ticketing Integrated Single - Reviewed Pilot phase of the Full implementation
competitiveness System for all Ticketing System Regulations for Integrated Single of the Integrated
through adoption government- implemented Ticketing System Single Ticketing
Integrated Single
of new technology subsidized public rolled out on System rolled out
Ticketing System
transport operators subsidised public for all subsidized
approved
transport operations public transport
operators

Public Transport
Improved Implementation of Number of cities Integrated Public Integrated Public Integrated Public Integrated Public
accessibility, the Integrated operating integrated Transport Transport Network Transport Network Transport Network
quality and Public Transport public transport Network (IPTN) (IPTN) Programme (IPTN) Programme
(IPTN) Programme
reliability of public Network (IPTN) networks Programme monitored monitored
monitored
transport Programme monitored
 
•6 cities •7 cities operating •9 cities operating •10 cities operating
operating IPTNs IPTNs IPTNs IPTNs
79
SUB-PROGRAMME:
PUBLIC TRANSPORT REGULATION
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Public Transport

Improved Transport Appeal Transport Appeal Draft Transport Transport Appeal Transport Appeal Draft Regulations
accessibility, Tribunal (TAT) Tribunal (TAT) Appeal Tribunal (TAT) Tribunal (TAT) for the Transport
quality and Amendment Act Amendment Bill Tribunal (TAT) Amendment Bill Amendment Bill Appeal Tribunal
reliability of approved by Amendment approved by (TAT)
submitted to and
public transport Parliament Bill tabled in Parliament Amendment Act
processed
Cabinet
through
Parliament

80
SUB-PROGRAMME:
PUBLIC TRANSPORT INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Public Transport

Improved Public Transport Approved Public - Public Transport Revised Public Revised Public
accessibility, Funding Model Transport Funding Model Transport Transport
quality and Funding Model reviewed Funding Model Funding Model
reliability of implemented developed approved for
public transport implementation
Public Transport Public Transport Public Annual Annual Annual
Operations Grant Operations Transport Monitoring Monitoring Report Monitoring Report
Monitoring monitored in operations Report on public on public on public
provinces monitored in transport transport
transport
provinces operations in operations in
operations in
provinces provinces
provinces

81
SUB-PROGRAMME:
PUBLIC TRANSPORT INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT (cont…)
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Safer Transport Systems

Improved Implementation of Number of old 1 860 1 400 2 376 2 600


transport safety the Revised Taxi taxi vehicles
and security Recapitalisation scrapped
Programme

82
SUB-PROGRAMME:
PUBLIC TRANSPORT INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT (cont…)
Institution Output Indicator Annual Target Data Source

Safer Transport Systems

Provincial Departments of Transport Operations   Quarterly and Annual


Transport (PDTs)     Monitoring Reports signed off
Number of routes subsidised •184 616 by Accounting Officers of
Provincial Departments of

 Number of kilometres subsidised • 183 740 442 Transport

 Number of trips subsidised • 4 632 739

83
SUB-PROGRAMME:
RURAL AND SCHOLAR TRANSPORT
IMPLEMENTATION
Annual Targets

Estimated
Performance MTEF Period
Output Output Indicator Performance
Outcome

2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Public Transport

Improved Integrated Public Number of District Two (2) Two (2) Two (2) Two (2)
accessibility, Transport Municipalities    
quality and Network (IPTN) assisted with •Amathole District •Mopani District
reliability of plans in District IPTN plans Municipality Municipality
public transport municipalities    
•Capricorn District •Chris Hani District
Municipality
Municipality

Shova Kalula Number of 8 000 8 000 8 000 8 000


Bicycle bicycles
Distribution distributed in rural
Programme municipalities
84
DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET AS PER
ESTIMATES OF NATIONAL
EXPENDITURE (ENE)

85
CONTENTS

• Ten year overview


• MTEF Baseline Allocation
– Per programme
– Economic Classification
• Transfers and subsidies
– Detailed transfers
– Road Transport
– Public Transport

– PRASA
– PTOG
– PTNG
– PRMG
Ten year review

% Growth 9.4% 14.2% 8.5% 5.8% -3.1% 9.4% 10.1%

-5.0% 10.4% 4.6%


MTEF BASELINE ALLOCATION PER PROGRAMME

Indicative ENE Indicative ENE Indicative ENE ENE ENE ENE


Economic Classification TOTAL ADJUSTMENTS
Allocation Allocation Allocation Allocations Allocations Allocations

R'000 2020/21 2021/22 2021/23 2020/21 2021/22 2021/23 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

1 Administration
493 345 523 196 542 725 (1 538) (1 638) 0 491 807 521 557 542 725
2 Integrated Transport
Planning 104 879 108 231 112 264 (370) (393) 0 104 509 107 838 112 264
3 Rail Transport
17 664 291 21 928 599 23 053 118 (4 469 092) (2 779 721) (1 350 951) 13 195 199 19 148 878 21 702 167
4 Road Transport
34 329 238 35 132 662 36 971 020 (12 535) (1 096 824) (2 661 429) 33 816 702 34 035 838 34 309 591
5 Civil Aviation
258 960 273 248 283 431 (18 260) (17 828) (19 567) 240 700 255 420 263 864
6 Maritime Transport
144 515 152 790 158 990 4 842 (169) 0 149 357 152 620 158 990
7 Public Transport
15 092 694 16 383 189 17 160 308 (1 054 717) (1 570 782) (2 021 941) 14 037 977 14 812 409 15 138 367
Total
68 087 922 74 501 915 78 281 854 (5 551 670) (5 467 355) (6 053 888) 62 036 252 69 034 560 72 227 966
Direct Charge: Foreign
International fees
10 997 11 602 12034 0 0 0 10 997 11 602 12 034

Total 68 098 919 74 513 517 78 293 888 (5 551 670) (5 467 355) (6 053 888) 62 047 249 69 046 162 72 240 000
MTEF BASELINE ALLOCATION PER ECONOMIC
CLASSIFICATION

Indicative ENE Indicative ENE Indicative ENE ENE ENE ENE


Economic Classification TOTAL ADJUSTMENTS
Allocation Allocation Allocation Allocations Allocations Allocations

R'000
2020/21 2021/22 2021/23 2020/21 2021/22 2021/23 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23
Compensation of employees
574 848 612 212 635 003 (3 449) (3 673) 0 571 399 608 539 635 003
Goods and services
896 926 943 209 978 400 (17 939) (17 485) (19 567) 878 988 925 724 958 834
Transfers and Subsidies
66 610 873 72 940 925 76 662 661 (5 530 282) (5 446 197) (6 034 321) 60 580 590 67 494 728 70 628 339
Payment for financial assets
            0 0 0
Machinery and Equipment
5 275 5 569 5 790 0 0 0 5 275 5 569 5 790
TOTAL
68 087 922 74 501 915 78 281 854 (5 551 670) (5 467 355) (6 053 888) 62 036 252 69 034 560 72 227 966
Direct Charge: Foreign
International fees

10 997 11 602 12034       10 997 11 602 12 034

Total 68 098 919 74 513 517 78 293 888 (5 551 670) (5 467 355) (6 053 888) 62 047 249 69 046 162 72 240 000
MTEF BASELINE ALLOCATION PER ECONOMIC
CLASSIFICATION continue…

• 97.7% of the departmental allocation is transfers to Public entities, Provinces and


Municipalities.
GOODS AND SERVICES MAJOR
ALLOCATIONS

Major projects under Goods and services


BUDGET MEDIUM TERM ESTIMATES

R'000 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23


  R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Property management 59,021 62,267 65,736 68,188
Marine rescue coordination centre 14,475 15,271 16,122 16,723
SACAA: Accident and incident investigation 34,860
36,227 37,688 39,094
Watchkeeping services 103,699 93,690 100,329 103,642
Oil pollution prevention services 45,551 52,580 55,509 57,580
Taxi Scrapping 121,153 127,816 134,846 139,970
Grant Monitoring 40,000 45,000 52,875 54,848
S'hamba Sonke 7,486 10,102 10,663 11,061
NLTIS upgrade 15,310 16,153 17,053 17,689
Implement Shova Kalula bicycle programme 21,421
22,671 23,934 24,827
Sub total 354,620 368,012 395,209 409,617
Other projects and running costs 554,872 510,976 530,515 550,217
Total goods and services 909,492 878,988 925,724 959,834
DETAILS OF TRANSFERS

TRANSFERS AND SUBSIDIES AUDITED BUDGET MEDIUM TERM ESTIMATES


R'000 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23
Conditional Grants:                   
Provincial Roads Maintenance 8 737 775 9 361 498 9 531 744 10 478 194 10 753 663 11 035 668 11 442 438 11 593 174 11 937 511 12 506 785
Public Transport Operations 4 552 521 4 832 709 4 939 448 5 400 292 5 722 871 5 990 298 6 325 755 6 749 581 7 120 808 7 090 432
Public Transport Network 5 549 981 5 870 846 5 953 090 5 592 691 6 107 057 6 253 669 6 468 248 6 445 848 6 796 572 7 119 154
Rural Road Asset Management 52 205 75 223 96 842 101 514 107 309 107 533 113 891 108 436 114 401 121 033
Public Corporations:                   
Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa
(PRASA) 11 159 113 14 946 301 18 222 047 18 890 267 14 405 960 18 778 968 16 462 213 13 077 119 19 023 983 21 571 550
Departmental Agencies & Accounts:                   
S.A. National Roads Agency 10 497 184 11 916 947 12 843 488 13 915 586 15 944 823 15 624 158 21 177 224 21 751 034 21 599 001 21 279 004
Road Traffic Management Corporation 83 473 259 481 184 104 193 862 194 529 200 238 210 228 220 535 232 664 244 192
Railway Safety Regulator 46 513 51 504 53 379 65 987 73 864 63 018 63 552 67 017 70 702 74 205
ATNS 0 0 0 52 160 0 0 0 0 0 0
S.A. Civil Aviation Authority 18 155 19 239 20 124 21 191 22 251 23 542 0 0 0
Ports Regulator of South Africa 15 900 16 852 27 627 28 561 22 489 25 619 36 774 38 822 40 965 42 994
Road Traffic Infringements Agency 25 000 11 475 11 497 10 092 17 696 11 722 7 770 8 197 8 648 9 076

South African Maritime Safety Authority 6 404 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SAMSA:Maritime Rescue Co-ordination


Centre 6 497 6 887 7 205 7 586 12 965 13 707 0 0 0
Transport TETA 919 978 881 1054 1161 1 228 1 297 1 368 1 443 1 515
Sub-Total 40 751 640 47 369 940 51 891 476 54 759 037 53 386 638 58 129 368 62 309 390 60 061 131 66 946 698 70 059 939
DETAILS OF TRANSFERS Continue….

AUDITED BUDGET MEDIUM TERM ESTIMATES

R'000 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23

Taxi scrapping 230 897 300 063 248 402 359 352 233 542 411 605 414 655 458 559 483 780 501 763

Non Profit Institutions 1 515 2 308 2 415 2 541 2 668 2 823 2 982 3 145 3 318 3437

South African National Taxi Council 17 365 17 500 19 254 20 275 21 289 22 524 23 785 25 093 26 473 27 458

Bursaries to non employees 10 179 7 514 9 808 9 914 9 676 11 040 11 659 12 300 12 977 13 457

International Organisations 7 900 8 783 46 824 12 024 18 634 18 396 19 089 20 140 21 248 22 040

Leave pay and donations 883 691 1 200 1784 4087 198 210 222 234 245

Sub Total 268 739 336 859 327 903 405 890 289 896 466 586 472 380 519 459 548 029 568 400

Total transfers 41 020 379 47 706 799 52 219 379 55 164 927 53 676 534 58 595 954 62 821 105 60 580 590 67 494 728 70 628 339
ROAD TRANSPORT ALLOCATIONS

• The allocation for SANRAL increased due to additional allocations towards moloto road corridor, N2 Wild
coast and repriotisation within departmental baseline.
DETAILS OF SANRAL

SOUTH AFRICAN
AUDITED BUDGET MEDIUM TERM ESTIMATES
NATIONAL ROADS
AGENCY

R'000 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23
CURRENT 3,453,733 3,736,149 4,252,623 4,586,160 4,832,471 5,941,876 6,146,338 7,503,949 7,895,884 7,908,240

Gauteng freeway
improvement project 0 0 301,000 425,100 463,359 505,061 550,516 600,063 633,066 664,436
Operational 3,453,733 3,736,149 3,951,623 4,161,060 4,369,112 5,436,815 5,595,822 6,903,886 7,262,818 7,243,804
CAPITAL 7,043,451 8,180,798 8,590,865 9,329,426 11,112,352 9,682,282 15,030,886 14,247,085 13,703,117 13,370,764

Gauteng freeway
improvement project 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
Non-toll network 6,448,616 7,515,300 7,721,054 7,935,587 9,063,668 7,875,469 12,338,896 12,407,036 11,725,064 11,294,506

Coal haulage road network 594,835 665,498 696,111 733,005 769,655 0 0  0 


Moloto road upgrade 0 0 155,500 660,834 1,279,029 1,806,813 1,691,990 785,049 843,928 885,826
Botswana river crossing 0 0 18,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 
N2 Road Wild Coast 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,000,000 1,055,000 1,134,125 1,190,432
Total 10,497,184 11,916,947 12,843,488 13,915,586 15,944,823 15,624,158 21,177,224 21,751,034 21,599,001 21,279,004
PROVINCIAL ROAD MAINTENANCE GRANT
(PRMG)

• The Provincial Road Maintenance Grant increased at an average of 5% over the


past and medium term.

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT ALLOCATIONS PER MODES

• The allocation for PRASA increased in 2014/15 due to Rolling stock,


decreased in 2017/18 due to non spending on capital allocation and
decreased further in 2019/20 and 2020/21 due to cabinet baseline
reductions 97
DETAILS OF PRASA ALLOCATIONS

PASSENGER RAIL AUDITED BUDGET BUDGET MEDIUM TERM ESTIMATES 


AGENCY OF SOUTH
AFRICA
R'000 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23
CURRENT 4,328,003 3,887,342 4,066,160 4,281,666 5,037,771 6,125,878 6,252,592 6,694,285 7,096,149 7,455,024
PRASA: Metrorail:
Operations 3,678,003 3,458,925 3,618,036 3,809,769 3,666,839 4,232,194 4,376,575 4,617,179 4,862,460 5,108,209
Mainline passenger
service: operations 650,000 428,417 448,124 471,897 1,370,932 1,524,309 1,064,983 1,164,206 1,270,390 1,334,822

Rail Maintenance
operations and inventories 0 0 0 0 0 369,375 811,034 912,900 963,299 1,011,993
CAPITAL 6,831,110 11,058,959 14,155,887 14,608,601 9,368,189 12,653,090 10,209,621 6,382,835 11,927,835 14,116,525

Other Capital programmes 4,851,197 3,906,624 8,234,603 7,206,878 3,446,545 4,382,799 600,022 395,173 1,439,864 1,707,516

Metrorail Refurbishment of
coaches 746,699 547,745 1,267,474 1,283,523 956,556 1,409,445 1,480,054 913,838 1,354,536 1,601,351

Mainline passenger
service: Refurbishment of
coaches 128,034 93,920 217,329 103,750 70,336 160,197 169,168 104,975 155,599 183,949
Rolling stock fleet renewal
programme 0 5,699,959 2,560,508 4,170,266 3,457,222 4,676,870 5,823,266 3,642,696 7,012,147 8,299,844
Signalling 1,105,180 810,711 1,875,973 1,844,184 1,437,530 2,023,779 2,137,111 1,326,153 1,965,689 2,323,865
Total 11,159,113 14,946,301 18,222,047 18,890,267 14,405,960 18,778,968 16,462,213 13,077,119 19,023,983 21,571,550

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPERATIONS
GRANT

• The allocation for Public Transport Operations Grant increased at average of 6%


due to additional allocation through repriotIsation.

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT NETWORK GRANT

• The allocation for Public Transport Network Grant decreased slightly in 2016/17 ,
2019/20 and 2020/21 financial year due to cabinet baseline reduction.

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Thank You!

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