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Department of transport

Department of Transport

Budget 2003/04 to 2005/06

Presentation to Select Committee on Public Services (NCOP)

16 April 2003


Contents of presentation

Contents of Presentation

  • Mandate and Structure

  • Programme purpose and measurable objectives

  • Strategic overview and key challenges

  • Programme Outputs and Budgets 2003/04

  • Expenditure estimates and trends

  • Allocations to Public Entities and other State Departments

  • Anticipated rollovers to 2003/04


Mandate of ndot

Mandate of NDOT

To facilitate the provision of an affordable, safe and sustainable transport system; which is responsive to the needs of transport users.


Department of transport

Structure of the

Department

1 April 2003

Minister

Ministry

Director-

General

Office of

DG

Corporate

Services

Land Transport

Management

Transport Policy

& Regulation

Public Transport

& Planning

Land

Transport

Regulation

Infra-

structure

Aviation &

Maritime

Transport

Transport

Policy

Transport

Planning

Public

Transport


Corporate services

Corporate Services

  • Purpose:

    Provides for policy formulation by the Minister and the Director-General, information technology (IT), financial management, personnel and provisioning administration, and legal and other office support services.


Land transport management

Land Transport Management

  • Purpose:

    Develops and maintains an overall transport infrastructure strategic plan for all modes of transport and provides regulations through the provision of national standards and guidelines.

  • Measurable Objective:

    To develop and co-ordinate an integrated transport infrastructure framework, and promote an operational environment which improves the safety, quality, efficiency, and economic sustainability of operations whilst reducing the environmental impact of transport.


Transport policy and regulation

Transport Policy and Regulation

  • Purpose:

    Develops and promotes policy for all modes of transport and regulates aviation and maritime sectors.

  • Measurable Objective:

    To promote, enforce, and monitor the implementation and performance of policy and regulations for transport operations, in order to achieve a competitive, equitable, safe, efficient and sustainable transport system.


Public transport and planning

Public Transport and Planning

  • Purpose:

    Manages public transport operations and planning.

  • Measurable Objective:

    To plan, regulate, monitor, and review public transport operations, in order to achieve an affordable, competitive, accountable and sustainable public transport system.


Strategic overview

Strategic Overview

  • Public Transport

  • Infrastructure

    • Rail, Roads, Ports, Airports

  • Safety

    • Rail, Roads, Aviation and Maritime Safety

  • Oversight over Public Entities

  • SADC

  • NEPAD


Key priorities and challenges

Key Priorities and Challenges

  • Road Safety (The Road to Safety Strategy)

  • Road Accident Fund (The Satchwell Report)

  • Transport infrastructure

  • Public Transport (taxi recap. and subsidies)

  • Rail Safety & Security

  • Transport Planning (Integrated Transport Plans)

  • Aviation & Maritime policy review

  • Freight Transport (Logistical chains)

  • Intergovernmental Relations (MINCOM/COTO)

  • An effective regulatory framework for transport public entities (Corporate governance and management)


Key priorities for 2003 04

Key Priorities for 2003/04

  • John Ross Highway

  • Rural Roads

  • Taxi Recapitalisation

  • Investment in Rail Infrastructure and Rolling Stock

  • King Shaka Airport

  • Support initiatives around concessioning of Durban Container Terminal and construction of Coega Port

  • Upgrade of access roads to Border Posts

  • Transformation of Public Transport Subsidies

  • Rail Safety and Security

  • Overloading Control


Current pressure points

Current Pressure Points

  • Road Accidents

  • Bus and Rail Subsidies

  • Backlog on Infrastructure Funding

  • Conversion to Credit Card License

  • Governance of Transport Public Entities

  • Intergovernmental Relations (MINCOM)

  • Operationalisation of RTMC

  • Establishment of the RTIA (AARTO)

  • Safety and Security of Transport Infrastructure


Outputs budgets corporate services

Outputs & Budgets: Corporate Services


Outputs budgets land transport management

Outputs & Budgets: Land Transport Management


Outputs budgets transport policy and regulation

Outputs & Budgets: Transport Policy and Regulation


Outputs budgets transport policy and regulation cont

Outputs & Budgets: Transport Policy and Regulation (cont.)


Outputs budgets public transport and planning

Outputs & Budgets: Public Transport and Planning


Baseline budgets

Baseline Budgets


Included in baseline

Included in Baseline

Note: These amounts as well as public transport subsidies

and rail capital allocations are earmarked.


Additional funds requested

Additional Funds Requested


Additional funds allocated

Additional Funds Allocated


Allocations from reprioritisation

Allocations from Reprioritisation

* No prior baseline


Total budget

Total Budget

R million

3,000

2,000

1,000

0

2002/03

2003/04

2004/05

2005/06

527,0

500,3

523,8

561,6

Other

1,203,1

1,270,6

1,240,8

1,315,2

Roads

1,846,7

2,044,0

2,158,0

2,278,5

Bus

2,255,4

2,343,8

2,528,6

2,662,2

Rail

Total

5,832,2

6,158,7

6,451,2

6,817,5


Other budget allocations

Other Budget Allocations

  • Corporate Services

    • Support Services

  • Land Transport Management

    • NATiS, Road Traffic Management, AARTO, RTMC, Overloading

  • Transport Policy and Regulation

    • Oil Pollution Prevention, Watchkeeping Services, Policy Development

  • Public Transport and Planning

    • NLTTA, Taxi, Urban Transport Fund


Department of transport

Budget Breakdown 2003/04


Department of transport

Discretionary Budget 2003/04

Breakdown of the remaining Budget of R 217,8 m:

Personnel ExpenditureR 81,3 m

Administrative ExpenditureR 35,1 m

EquipmentR 9,2 m

Professional ServicesR 92,2 m

Personnel and Administrative Expenditure are mainly

not discretionary while Equipment and Professional

Services are mainly discretionary.


Department of transport

6,2%

15,4%

Tpt & Planning

Roads

20,6%

Tpt Pol. & Reg.

24,6%

Bus

33,2%

Land Transport

13,8%

Admin

Other 8,1%

NLTTA

4,4%

UTF

Rail

38,1%

8,4%

Maritime Safety

NATiS

14,0%

13,2%

Budget Breakdown 2003/04


Expenditure trends ndot

8000

7000

6000

5000

4000

3000

2000

1000

0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

4062

4099

4937

5832

6159

6451

6818

DOT

0,9

20,4

18,1

5,6

4,7

5,7

% increase

Expenditure Trends: NDOT

R million

2002: Increase in bus subsidies 20%; correction of Roads budget 52%

2003: Adjustments budget 9,9%: Allocations for infrastructure R 188m,

subsidies R 200m; rollovers R 69m and inflation R 31m


Expenditure trends rail bus roads

R million

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Rail

Bus

Roads

Expenditure TrendsRail, Bus, Roads


Expenditure trends rail bus roads1

R million

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Rail

Bus

Roads

Expenditure TrendsRail, Bus, Roads

Rail:

2003: Additional R146m for rolling stock and rail extensions

Additional R160m for subsidies

2004 – 2006: Additional subsidies R200m and allocation for

rolling stock R100m over the MTEF


Expenditure trends rail bus roads2

R million

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Rail

Bus

Roads

Expenditure TrendsRail, Bus, Roads

Bus:

2003: Additional R40m for subsidies

2004 – 2006: Additional subsidies R150m over the MTEF


Expenditure trends rail bus roads3

R million

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Rail

Bus

Roads

Expenditure TrendsRail, Bus, Roads

Roads:

2002: Correction of baseline

2003: Additional R42m for Border Post access roads

2005: Poverty Relief allocation of R100m per year

discontinued


Programme expenditure trends excluding rail bus roads

R million

250

200

150

100

50

0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Administration

Land Transport

Transport Policy & Regulation

Public Transport & Planning

Programme Expenditure TrendsExcluding Rail, Bus, Roads


Programme expenditure trends excluding rail bus roads1

Administration

Land Transport

Transport Policy & Regulation

Public Transport & Planning

Programme Expenditure TrendsExcluding Rail, Bus, Roads

R million

250

200

150

100

Land Transport:

2002: Additional expenditure on NATIS (R21m),

DLTC’s (R15m) and RTMC (R3m)

2003: Rollovers for AARTO (R17m) and RSR (R6,6m)

Increases for Safety promotions (R27m)

2004: Increases sustained by new allocations for

Overloading Control (R10m), RSR (R10m) and

sustained Safety promotions

50

0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006


Programme expenditure trends excluding rail bus roads2

Administration

Land Transport

Transport Policy & Regulation

Public Transport & Planning

Programme Expenditure TrendsExcluding Rail, Bus, Roads

R million

250

200

150

100

Transport Policy and Regulation:

2003: Rollovers R&D (R17,5m) and Oil Pollution (R17m)

Oil pollution under spent in 2002 (R39m)

50

0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006


Programme expenditure trends excluding rail bus roads3

Administration

Land Transport

Transport Policy & Regulation

Public Transport & Planning

Programme Expenditure TrendsExcluding Rail, Bus, Roads

R million

250

Public Transport and Planning:

2002: Increased spending on Taxi process (R7m) and UTF (R16m)

2003: Increased allocations for NLTTA implementation (R36m)

2004: Reduced allocation for NLTTA implementation (R14m)

200

150

100

50

0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006


Allocations to public entities

Allocations to Public Entities


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Allocations to Public Entities


Allocations to other spheres of government

Allocations to other spheres of Government


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Allocations to other spheres of Government


Funding from sources outside of the medium term budget

Funding from sources outside of the Medium Term Budget


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Anticipated Rollovers to 2003/04


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End of Presentation


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