Presentation on theme: "Department of Transport National Council of Provinces MTEF 2004/05 to 2006/07 9 June 2004."— Presentation transcript:
Department of Transport National Council of Provinces MTEF 2004/05 to 2006/07 9 June 2004
Background Strategic imperatives Other key priorities Estimates of National Expenditure General Review for 2003/04 Content of presentation Department of Transport
Context Key functions Mandate and Aim Vision Mission Current structure Background Department of Transport
Context (drivers of growth) Transport is a key enabler of social and economic growth and development Investment in our people Investment in our physical infrastructure Enhanced industrial capacity Role of Transport: Skills development and training Establishment of strategic transport links (lower cost of production, shorter trade links, enhanced mobility and tourism)
Key functions Department of Transport Policy and Strategy Formulation Substantive Regulation Leading implementation in other spheres of Government Monitoring implementation by Transport Public Entities and other spheres of Government
Mandate and Aim Department of Transport Mandate: To facilitate the provision of an affordable, safe and sustainable transport system; which is responsive to the needs of transport users. Aim: The aim of the Department of Transport is to establish a national transport system that enables national, provincial and local provision of efficient, affordable and fully integrated infrastructure and services that best meet the needs of transport users and promote economic and social development while being environmentally and economically sustainable.
Vision Department of Transport To provide safe, reliable, effective and fully integrated transport operations and infrastructure, which will best meet the needs of freight and passenger customers at improving levels of service and cost in a fashion, which supports Government strategies for economic and social development, whilst being environmentally and economically sustainable.
Mission Department of Transport Lead the development of transport by creating a framework of sustainable policies, regulations and implementable models to support government strategies for economic, social and international development
Current structure Department of Transport MinisterMinistry Director-GeneralOffice of DG AdministrationTransport Infrastructure Land Transport Regulation and Safety Transport Policy Aviation and Maritime Transport Public Transport Operations Transport Planning Road Traffic Infringements
Key challenges Key measures for delivery Strategic imperatives Main elements of the strategic imperatives Draft new structure Strategic imperatives Department of Transport
Key challenges Department of Transport Infrastructure expenditure has not kept pace with the rate of economic growth Operating models (rail, ports, etc.) are behind international best practice and inadequate Road and rail safety The Department of Transport must act through a variety of players to give effect to policy and regulation: Three spheres of Government Various public entities The public sector, particularly parastatals The private sector, in road freight and public transport
Key measures for delivery Department of Transport Competitive transportation costs Safety improvements Reduce infrastructure backlog Improved access Reduce time to transit
Strategic imperatives Department of Transport Lead the process to eliminate significant bottlenecks and costs in Freight Logistics Develop and pilot appropriate Public Transport models for the rural and urban poor Lead and accelerate the process to improve Land Transport Safety Overhaul the capacity of the Department to execute on the agreed strategy
Main elements of the strategic imperatives Department of Transport Freight Logistics: Backlog on infrastructure funding (rail and roads) Coordination with other Departments and parastatals Overloading control Ports Regulator and National Ports Authority Regional integration Public transport: Transformation of public transport subsidies Taxi recapitalisation Land transport safety: Road to Safety strategy Rail safety and security – Railway Safety Regulator Operationalise the Road Traffic Management Corporation Implementation of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act. National Highway Patrol
Department of Transport Draft new structure DG’s Office Transport Logistics and Corridor Develop- ment Regional Transport Integration Public Transport Transport Policy & Planning Corporate Governance & Public Entity Oversight Transport Regulation Chief Operating Officer Ministry Director General Minister of Transport
Migration to new NaTIS system and creation of a Trading Entity for NaTIS (National Traffic Information System) Road Accident Fund (Satchwell Report) Transport Planning (Integrated Transport Plans) Aviation and Maritime policy review Rural roads Intergovernmental relations An effective regulatory framework for transport public entities King Shaka airport / Dube tradeport Support initiatives around concessioning of Durban Container Terminal and construction of Coega Port Expanded Public Works Programme Developing a broad based BEE strategy Other key priorities Department of Transport
Programme purpose and measurable objectives Programme outputs and budgets Overview of medium term budget Budgets per programme Breakdown of budgets Estimates of National Expenditure Department of Transport
Transport Infrastructure Programme purpose and measurable objectives Department of Transport Purpose: Provide leadership in the provision of transport infrastructure that supports equitable economic, social and regional development in line with national strategic objectives. Measurable objective: Develop a national transport infrastructure framework that: promotes coordinated investment in infrastructure; reduces transport input costs; improves access to markets and amenities by rural communities; and facilitates integrated regional infrastructure investment planning and implementation.
Land Transport Regulation and Safety Programme purpose and measurable objectives Department of Transport Purpose: Create an enabling environment for road and rail safety, by coordinating the activities of the different spheres of government and developing appropriate mandates and monitoring mechanisms for the land transport regulators. Measurable objective: Improve road and rail safety through: developing standards and regulations; providing reliable data and systems; coordinating provincial activities; facilitating access to resources at all levels of government; and setting up and monitoring appropriate institutions.
Transport Policy Programme purpose and measurable objectives Department of Transport Purpose: Formulate and continually review transport policy, develop cross-cutting strategic options for decision-making, and monitor the impact of transport policies and strategies. Measurable objective: Create an efficient transport system by developing policies that improve travel times, increase service predictability, reliability, quality and safety, and reduce delays.
Aviation and Maritime Transport Programme purpose and measurable objectives Department of Transport Purpose: Create an enabling environment for the aviation and maritime sectors, and develop appropriate mandates and monitoring mechanisms for air and maritime transport public entities. Measurable objective: Develop, implement and maintain sector strategies and regulatory frameworks to ensure a high standard of aviation and maritime safety and services.
Public Transport Operations Programme purpose and measurable objectives Department of Transport Purpose: Develop practices and norms which will increase access to appropriate and quality public transport which meets the socio-economic needs of both rural and urban passengers. Measurable objective: Increased provision of safe and affordable public transport that aims to benefit the most vulnerable passengers.
Transport Planning Programme purpose and measurable objectives Department of Transport Purpose: Put in place national guidelines and standards for the development of transport plans to ensure the provision of adequate and appropriate public transport services and infrastructure, based on user needs. Measurable objective: Fully established, integrated transport plans that will incrementally improve public transport services and related infrastructure.
Road Traffic Infringements Programme purpose and measurable objectives Department of Transport Purpose: Facilitate the administrative adjudication of road traffic transgressions to reduce the road traffic offence rate and create a safer environment for road users. Measurable objective: Promote better road user behaviour and create a safe road environment that reduces the road traffic offence rate to an acceptable level.
Outputs: Administration Department of Transport Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2004/05 Minister Ministerial duties 0,8 Management (Office of Director-General, Internal audit, Strategic Support) Conduct overall management of the Department 21,4 Corporate Support Services HR; IT; Procurement; Finance; Legal; Communication; Capacity Develop.; GMT; Secretariat Sound Human Resource management Sound Procurement and Financial management IT systems in place Effective Legal and Communication services Cost effective management of Government’s motor fleet 54,5 Total76,7
Outputs: Transport Infrastructure Department of Transport Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2004/05 Infrastructure Planning and Coordination Road services integrated through a functional Roads Coordinating Body Transport Infrastructure Network Information and Decision Support System Improved regional transport services in support of NEPAD 9,6 Infrastructure Management Coordinated implementation of the Road Infrastructure Strategic Framework Coordinated implementation of the National Overload Control Strategy 1 461,7 Infrastructure Administration Manage financial and administration services 1,0 Total1 472,3
Outputs: Land Transport Regulation and Safety Department of Transport Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2004/05 Information systems Maintained National Traffic Information System (NaTIS) and transport infrastructure databank 113,9 Land Transport Legislation and Agency Oversight Legislation for regulatory agencies and transport safety Combating fraud and corruption 28,5 National Standards and Guidelines Up-to-date standards, manuals and guidelines for road traffic management 6,6 National Inspectorates Efficient and compliant vehicle testing stations and examiners of vehicles 32,4 Safety Promotions Road safety campaigns, pedestrian safety, education and professionalism in law enforcement. 69,4 Administration Manage financial and administration services 4,6 Total255,4
Outputs: Transport Policy Department of Transport Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2004/05 Passenger Transport Policy Development Policy and strategy on accessible transport for people with special needs A restructured passenger railway sector 11,3 Freight Transport Policy Development A national freight logistics strategy 10,9 Economic Analysis Analysis of the impact of transport on the economy, black economic empowerment implementation, and the development of pricing mechanisms 1,9 Research and Development Coherent transport research, development and innovation strategy 9,5 Aviation and Maritime Policy Revised national aviation policy A national maritime transport policy 4,2 Administration Manage financial and administration services 0,9 Total38,7
Outputs: Aviation and Maritime Transport Department of Transport Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2004/05 Air Transport Regulation Aviation security and safety 19,3 Maritime Transport Regulation Establish a Ports Regulator Oil pollution prevention, maritime safety and security, and a maritime search and rescue facility Review of the maritime revenue collection framework Harmonisation of air transport regulations within the SADC region 96,1 Aviation Infrastructure and Agency Liaison Coordination of infrastructure planning with public entities in the aviation and maritime environments 2,1 Total117,5
Outputs: Public Transport Operations Department of Transport Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2004/05 Bus Operations Restructured bus subsidy system 2 158,0 Rail Operations Safe and sustainable commuter rail services 2 528,6 Taxi Operations Safe and sustainable minibus taxi services 10,0 Public Transport Operations Administration Conduct a range of projects and studies to facilitate the transformation of public transport and the taxi recapitalisation programme Manage financial and administration services 13,3 Total4 709,9
Outputs: Transport Planning Department of Transport Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2004/05 Land Transport Planning Transport services and infrastructure based on approved transport plans 23,3 Land Transport Promotion Implementation of the National Land Transport Transition Act 47,6 Transport Planning Administration and Information A national transport register of all road-based public transport operations Manage financial and administration services 12,5 Total83,4
Outputs: Road Traffic Infringements Department of Transport Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2004/05 Road Traffic Offences Set up public-private partnership to implement the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Act Categorisation and standardisation of offences, infringements and demerit points System compliance of national traffic information system and AARTO procedures and point demerit systems Coordination of new system implementation with issuing authorities Integrated adjudication system in place Integrated adjudication system in place 5,0 Total5,0
Department of Transport Medium term budgets Programme2004/052005/06 R’000 2006/07 Administration76 75180 98685 601 Transport Infrastructure1 472 3661 599 8291 730 774 Land Transport Regulation and Safety255 451220 340231 080 Transport Policy38 77840 51642 424 Aviation and Maritime Transport117 503124 641132 061 Public Transport Operations4 709 8484 965 5435 263 573 Transport Planning83 34788 57293 987 Road Traffic Infringements5 000 Total6 759 0447 125 4277 584 500
Department of Transport Budgets of current programmes (2004/05) Admini- Stration Aviation and Maritime Transport Infra- Structure Transport Policy Transport Planning Land Transport Regulation and Safety Public Transport Operations Road Traffic Infringe- Ments R5mR 83,3mR 4709,8mR 117,5mR 38,8mR 255,5mR 1472,4mR 76,7m 0,07%1,23%69,68%1,74%0,57%3,78%21,78%1,14% Roads 21,32% Rail 37,41% Bus 31,93%
Department of Transport Additional allocations (included in budgets) Programme2004/052005/06 R’000 2006/07 Road infrastructure200 000250 000300 000 Migration to new NaTIS system50 000-- Establishment of an independent Ports Regulator 7 500 Arrive Alive campaign50 000 Salary adjustment & bank charges372405427 Total307 872307 905357 927
Other 3,8% Other Transfers 1,0% Transport Planning 0,4% Urban Transport Fund 0,7 % Arrive Alive 0,8% Maritime Safety 1,1% NaTIS 1,6% Department of Transport Rail 37,4% Bus 31,9% Roads 21,3% Other 9,4% Budget Breakdown 2004/05
Department of Transport Budget Breakdown 2004/05 R million2004/2005 budget Rail2 528 Bus2 158 Roads1 441 NATiS109 Maritime Safety74 Arrive Alive55 Urban Transport Fund44 NLTTA / Transport Planning30 Other transfers (Transport public entities, taxi, capacity development, memberships) 67 Total of all other expenditure253 Total6 759 Percentages 37,4 31,9 21,3 1,6 1,1 0,8 0,7 0,4 1,0 3,8 100,0 96,3%
Department of Transport Breakdown Other Transfers 2004/05 10% 16% 22% 9% 10% 6% 1% 6% 5% 15% Capacity Dev. R 6,3m RTMC R10,7m RSR R15,0m SACAA R 6,0m SAMSA R 6,9m MRCC R 3.9m NSRI R 0,5m Memberships R 4,2m Non-motorised R 3,5m Taxi process R10,0m Total R67,0m
Department of Transport Breakdown All Other Expenditure 2004/05 Research & Dev. R 7,5m 2,96% Ports Authority R 7,5m 2,96% Safety Promotions & Education R 11,3m 4,47% Policy Development R 18,2m 7,20% Inspectorates R 22,6m 8,93% Admin, other projects R 86,3m 34,11% Personnel R 99,6m 39,37% Total R 253m 100%
Adjusted Budget 2003/04 Reprioritisation during 2003/04 Under Expenditure 2003/04 Anticipated Rollovers to 2004/05 General Review 2003/04 Department of Transport
Adjusted Budget 2003/04 DetailsR’000 Rolled Over from 2002/03:65 266 Capacity Development1 036 Road Traffic Offences5 000 Regulating Committee1 350 Public Transport Policy and Funding model1 202 Revival Kei Railway line28 000 Taxi process12 370 S.A. Rail Commuter Corporation short term debt16 308 (Continued )
Department of Transport Adjusted Budget 2003/04 (Continued) DetailsR’000 Unforeseeable and unavoidable expenditure:20 000 Supplementary funding for border post roads20 000 Self-financing expenditure:45 460 Bus subsidies38 000 National roads based transport monitoring team6 000 Review and planning of weigh bridge facilities760 National Road Traffic Accident Bureau700 Total Adjusted Budget130 726
Department of Transport Major reprioritisation during 2003/04 DetailsR’000 Adjusted budget:35 747 Migration to new NaTIS system29 193 Newly elected S.A. representative to the International Civil Aviation Organisation 3 000 Maritime Rescue Control Centre3 554 Subsequent to Adjusted Budget:77 798 Arrive Alive campaign40 761 Migration to new NaTIS system21 482 Feasibility study into proposed Highway Patrol Unit6 000 Oil Pollution Prevention Services (under budgeted)9 555 Total113 545
Department of Transport Under Expenditure 2003/04 DetailsR’000 Bus subsidies13 500 Taxi operations12 472 Land transport Planning2 149 Transport Infrastructure3 004 “Arrive Alive”5 347 Highway Patrol feasibility study5 925 Freight Transport Policy Development2 892 Maritime Transport (Oil Pollution, Watchkeeping Services)5 804 Administrative Expenditure4 669 Other (Mainly Inventories, Equipment, Personnel)10 343 Total66 105
Department of Transport Anticipated Rollovers to 2004/05 DetailsR’000 Highway Patrol feasibility study5 925 Maritime Transport (Oil Pollution, Watchkeeping Services)8 935 Public Transport Operations14 700 Taxi Operations8 855 Transport Planning2 149 “Arrive Alive”8 387 Administration - various3 661 Air Transport Regulations3 061 Road traffic Infringements, Capacity Development, Infrastructure, Transport Planning 4 389 Total60 062
R’ 0002004/05% of total Budget S.A. Rail Commuter Corporation2 528 55039,2 S.A. National Roads Agency1 240 78919,2 Road Accident Fund- Cross Border Road Transport Agency- S.A. Maritime Safety Authority6 8940,1 S.A. Civil Aviation Authority6 0290.1 Urban Transport Fund44 0240,7 Road Traffic Management Corporation10 6810,2 Airports Company South Africa- Air Traffic and Navigation Services- Railway Safety Regulator15 0000,2 Road Traffic Infringements Agency5 0000,1 Total3 856 96759,8 Allocations to Public Entities
R’ 0002004/052005/062006/07 Provinces: Bus Subsidies2 158 0402 276 5232 415 235 Driver’s License Testing Centres9 74510 33010 950 Overloading control17 93818 24919 344 Provinces and Local Authorities: Implementation of NLTTA23 32024 71926 202 Total2 209 0432 329 8212 471 731 Allocations to other spheres of Government
R’ 0002004/05% of Budget Provinces: Bus Subsidies2 158 04033,4 Driver’s License Testing Centres9 7450,1 Overloading control17 9380,3 Provinces and Local Authorities: Implementation of NLTTA23 3200,4 Total2 209 04334,2 Allocations to other spheres of Government