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  1. Report to the Select Committee on FinanceProvincial Infrastructure Grant4th quarter report Department of Transport and Public Works – Western Cape

  2. Provincial Infrastructure Grant • Allocation: • 2005/06 = R88 757 000 • 2006/07 = R124 329 000 • 2007/08 = R190 891 000 • 2008/09 = R203 511 000 • Percentage nominal growth: • 2006/07 = 40% • 2007/08 = 54% • 2008/09 = 7%

  3. Provincial Infrastructure Grant • As a share of : • Vote 10 Transport and Public Works • 2005/06 budget - 5% • 2006/07 budget - 6% • 2007/08 budget - 9% • 2008/09 budget - 9% • Roads Infrastructure Programme • 2005/06 budget - 10% • 2006/07 budget - 11% • 2007/08 budget - 16% • 2008/09 budget - 15% • Capex in the Roads Infrastructure Programme • 2005/06 budget - 15% • 2006/07 budget - 15% • 2007/08 budget - 23% • 2008/09 budget - 22%

  4. Provincial Infrastructure Grant • Actual spending as a % of the PIG - 100% • Reseal – R38 757 000 or 258 km • Regravel – R50 000 000 or 330 km

  5. Capital – Roads Infrastructure • Allocation • 2005/06 = R585 698 000 • 2006/07 = R822 208 000 • 2007/08 = R814 694 000 • 2008/09 = R923 738 000 • Percentage nominal growth • 2006/07 = 40% • 2007/08 = -1% • 2008/09 = 13%

  6. Capital – Roads Infrastructure • As a share of the: • Vote • 2005/06 budget - 33% • 2006/07 budget - 40% • 2007/08 budget - 39% • 2008/09 budget - 39% • Roads Infrastructure Programme • 2005/06 budget - 62.7% • 2006/07 budget - 69.3% • 2007/08 budget - 68.1% • 2008/09 budget - 69.8%

  7. Capital – Roads Infrastructure (cont.)

  8. Roads Infrastructure (cont.) • Capacity Constraints • Shortage of experienced technical staff • Present Branch Structure cannot cope with increased budget & demand • Environmental and borrow pit approvals • Social impact • Employment opportunities – person days = 216 762 (2 200 persons) • Black Economic Empowerment – contractors and consulting engineers • Poverty alleviation • Improved access to services (health, education) and economic opportunities

  9. Roads Infrastructure (cont.) • Economical impact • Increased agricultural activities • Less damage to agricultural products • Decrease in road maintenance • Lower road user costs • Decrease in accident costs • Public private partnerships – R19 million private funds committed for rural access road upgrading over MTEF period • Technical impact • Riding quality improvement • Road safety improvement • Carrying capacity increased

  10. Capital – Public Transport • Allocation • 2005/06 = R 4 223 000 • 2006/07 = R 8 000 000 • 2007/08 = R 9 400 000 • 2008/09 = R13 000 000 • As a share of the: • Public Transport Programme • 2005/06 budget - 2% • 2006/07 budget - 4% • 2007/08 budget - 4% • 2008/09 budget - 5%

  11. Public Transport (cont.) • Capacity Constraints • Shortage of staff with public transport expertise • Lack of staff in municipalities with public transport understanding • Social impact • Improves access to social opportunities and services • BEE in terms of transferring services ie inclusion of minibus taxi and small bus operators into the contracted system • More sustainable option from an environmental perspective • Job opportunities = 1828

  12. Public Transport (cont.) • Economical impact • Reduces the cost of doing business • Allows people to access job opportunities • Interchanges act as focus points for economic activity • Safe public transport reduces possibility of accidents • Non-motorised transport promotes a healthy lifestyle, thereby reducing strain on health system • Technical impact • Improved services ito frequency, reliability, efficiency and accessibility • Improved vehicles – eg low floor to promote universal access