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1 DOT HEARINGS: PTI AND PTNO APPLICATION 10 SEPTEMBER 2013

2 1.Executive Summary 2.Polokwane IRPTS Current context and response Full network design Transit oriented land use Institutional arrangements with Province Management capacity, political support and stakeholder buy-in /13 Progress and Spending PTI allocations, rollover and spending /14 Progress and Spending Current year progress on spending 5.Plans for 2014 MTEF Worst-case scenario Best case scenario

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4 Phase 1 &2 – Intervention Focus: High quality public transport system facilitated by dedicated infrastructure Regenerate the CBD High density development Promote spatial in-filling Phase 2 Phase 1 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 3 & 4 – Intervention Focus Build on current systems Restructure Public Transport Operational Grant (PTOG) & achieve industry transformation Provide reliable, safe, scheduled, public transport BUT not entrench current spatial and mobility patterns BRT High Quality PT

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6 More pictures Increase in our institutional capacity Projected expenditure

7 R’m2013/142014/152015/162016/172017/182018/192019/20 PTI R 199R456R261R211R299R171R148 PTNOR0 R44R151R148R171R202 TOTALR199R456R301R362R447R342R350 MTEF Current Year Phase 1: Seshego Phase 2: Moletji Phase 3: Mankweng Phase 4: North West/ Koloti

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9 40km 20km Population: Mean Monthly HH Income: R2000 Summary: Low income, mixed density, mixed urban - rural Large number of rural remote settlements connected by subsidised buses & MBTs Residential pop. concentration in NW (10km - 20km out) Fast growing urban area with strong CBD

10 Public transport provides an opportunity to address our urban and spatial planning challenges

11 Phase 1 &2 – Intervention Focus: High quality public transport system facilitated by dedicated infrastructure Regenerate the CBD High density development Promote spatial in-filling Phase 2 Phase 1 Rapid Transit

12 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 3 & 4 – Intervention Focus Build on current systems Restructure Public Transport Operational Grant (PTOG) & achieve industry transformation Provide reliable, safe, scheduled, public transport BUT not entrench current spatial and mobility patterns Restructured Transit

13 The Dual Approach Phase 1 & 2: Rapid transit system encourages spatial infilling between Seshego & CBD Phase 3: Establishes Mankweng as an economic hub, while linking it with the CBD Phase 4: Provides essential service to city Infilling between Seshego and CBD Development of stand alone urban hub Essential services in rural areas

14 E Phase 1 Phase 2 PIRPTS System Description Trunk & Trunk Extension Design 80% of route residential, 54,000hh 20,000 pax/peak period 80% of hh within 500m of PIRTN 4 million vehicle kms/year 12.5 million passenger trips/year PIRPTS Vehicles 151 x solo buses (65 capacity) 35 x midi buses (25) Total: 186

15 E Phase 1 Phase 2 PIRPTS Infrastructure 12 km trunk lane 6.6 km of trunk dedicated lane 7 trunk extensions 5 feeder routes 6 trunk stations Church Street pedestrianized & dedicated to public transport 2 Depots

16 E B C Current Situation Dual carriage way to CBD Main access road with increasing congestion Interventions Explored: Mixed Traffic (no dedicated lane) An Off-Peak Contra-Flow Lane Single Median Bus Way Two Dedicated Lanes (B to C) Full trunk dedicated lanes Full trunk, strengthened dedicated lanes Recommendation: Two Dedicated Lanes Travel time advantage A differentiated service Lower enforcement challenges Lower safety risks Lower costs

17 Design: Feeders to centralised Mankweng interchange Trunk route running to CBD 17 MANKWENG CENTRAL NODE Focus: Formalise and integrate current Mini-Bus Taxi (MBT) & Bus Services Use existing vehicles Offering operational efficiencies Improve connectivity, peak & off-peak availability Safe and reliable Restructuring current PTOG contracts Integrated Fare Management 60 Standard Buses providing pax trips per day on Polokwane to Mankweng trunk route.

18 Design: Feeders to Koloti Interchange or to edge of Perskebuilt Trunk route through running to CBD To Moletjie Focus: Formalise and integrate current Mini-Bus Taxi (MBT) & Bus Services Use existing vehicles Offering operational efficiencies Improve connectivity, peak & off-peak availability Safe and reliable Restructuring current PTOG contracts Integrated Fare Management Restructure existing 25 Buses + 35 MTB’s to feed into transfer terminal of PIRPTS at Moletjie. Approx pax trips per day.

19 Cycle and Pedestrian Networks Urban Greening

20 The initial draft Universal Design Access Plan will be available at the end of September. Thereafter, a Universal Design Workshop will be held for all team members and stakeholders to introduce the concepts of Universal Design and Accessibility. Engagement of local organisations and groups of Passengers with Categories of Special Needs is being planned.

21 13/1414/15 15/1616/1717/1818/1919/20 13/1414/15 15/1616/1717/1818/1919/20 Year PIRPTS Full Network 2 2 Moletjie- CBD vehicle seats pax/day Moletjie- CBD vehicle seats pax/day 4 4 North West – CBD vehicle seats pax/day North West – CBD vehicle seats pax/day F Public Transport Restructuring Stream Phase 1: Seshego - CBD vehicle seats pax/day Phase 1: Seshego - CBD vehicle seats pax/day Mankweng - CBD vehicle seats pax /day Mankweng - CBD vehicle seats pax /day Rapid Transit Stream

22 13/1414/15 15/1616/1717/1818/1919/20 13/1414/15 15/1616/1717/1818/1919/20 Year PIRPTS Full Network 2 Moletjie- CBD vehicle seats pax/day 4 North West – CBD vehicle seats pax/day F Public Transport Restructuring Stream Phase 1: Seshego - CBD vehicle seats pax/day 13 Mankweng - CBD vehicle seats pax /day Rapid Transit Stream Dual rollout approach sees parallel implementation of the Rapid Transit system and the Restructured Public Transport system

23 13/1414/15 15/1616/1717/1818/1919/20 13/1414/15 15/1616/1717/1818/1919/20 Year PIRPTS Full Network 2 Moletjie- CBD vehicle seats pax/day 4 North West – CBD vehicle seats pax/day F Public Transport Restructuring Stream Phase 1: Seshego - CBD vehicle seats pax/day 13 Mankweng - CBD vehicle seats pax /day Rapid Transit Stream Allows for the establishment of the full network, over a relatively short period Supports rapid service improvement and delivery to the public Facilitates a smooth transformation and transition process with the industry

24 Partnership with Provincial government – Agreement on responsibilities for the PIRPTS – To lead to possible Inter-Government Agreement (IGA) Significant effects on Great North Transport (GNT) – Requires restructuring following introduction of the PIRPTS Phase 3 and 4 affects 2 private bus operators contracted to Province (under PTOG subsidy) – The contracts will need to be devolved to Municipality and restructured Cooperation around operating licenses

25 PIRPTS Management Unit has been established – Significant capacity created – Diverse skills sets and background – Supported by strong and capacitated municipal administration Strong political buy-in and support – Dedicated political structures – MMC is the IRPTN political champion – Personal attention and priority of Executive Mayor Extensive industry engagement – Frequent industry engagements (monthly with each association) – Provincial leadership structures engaged (ITEEC) – Successful study tour – Industry strongly informed and involved A dual approach of technical and institutional - transformation rollout – Lessons from elsewhere in SA that institutional / transformation issues delay successful rollout

26 Bus purchases will be financed through debt and repaid with PTI over 5 years Phase 1 : Seshego Infrastructure build Phase 2: Moletji Infrastructure build Phase 3 : Mankweng Infrastructure build Phase 4: NW Infrastructure build Vehicle Repayments for Seshego buses & Moletji buses

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28 FINANCIAL YEAR Challenges » Internal Capacity, Procurement Delays & Late Appointments, Limited Contract Periods, Project Communications, Under-Expenditure. » Alignment of Workstreams, Extension of Contracts, Project Office, Under-Expenditure, Terms of Reference limitations.Resolutions » Establishment of Transportation Directorate, Clear Project Structure, Project Office, Internal Capacity Building, Contract Extensions, » Procurement Priority Appointment of Panel of Experts over 5 year period, Annual Performance Review of every Workstreams and annual setting of scope of works, Full commitment of funds.

29 WorkstreamDescriptionProgress Systems & Operational Planning Technical Operational Plan  Phase 1 & 2 detailed plan  Phase 3 & 4 concept plan Business & Financial Planning Business and Financial Plan  Detailed full financial model  Costs and revenues over 12 years  Business structures and contractual arrangements  Organizational, capacity and governance requirement Marketing & Communications Integrated Marketing and Communications Strategy  Project Brand complete to be approved by Council in June  Website and other key branding material Industry Transition & Engagement Industry Transformation and Engagement Process  Extensive engagement over past 12 months (local and provincial level)  MOU signed between Municipality and Taxi Associations  Highly successful study tour to JHB, NM and CPT completed  Bi-Monthly Progress Meeting with General Membership of the Taxi Industry Institutional Establishment of the Transportation Directorate  Directorate established and staffed  Council approval of TOP and IMCS  s33 process completed, s78 Investigation underway  Appointment of all required service providers completed

30 FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13 R (million) TOTAL PTI transferred to July TOTAL Expenditure to July Expenditure % to July /13 Rollover requested to 2012/ PTI transferred in 2012/ TOTAL PTI in 2012/ TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl. commitments) Expenditure % in 2012/ /14 Rollover requested to 2013/

31 FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13 R (million) TOTAL PTI transferred to July TOTAL Expenditure to July Expenditure % to July /13 Rollover requested to 2012/ PTI transferred in 2012/ TOTAL PTI in 2012/ TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl. commitments) Expenditure % in 2012/ /14 Rollover requested to 2013/ Poor expenditure to July 2012, for various reasons related to slow start-up on the project

32 FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13 R (million) TOTAL PTI transferred to July TOTAL Expenditure to July Expenditure % to July /13 Rollover requested to 2012/ PTI transferred in 2012/ TOTAL PTI in 2012/ TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl. commitments) Expenditure % in 2012/ /14 Rollover requested to 2013/ PTI allocation in 2012/13 was R 99m. Municipality requested this allocation be reduced by R 50m to reflect ability to spend

33 FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13 R (million) TOTAL PTI transferred to July TOTAL Expenditure to July Expenditure % to July /13 Rollover requested to 2012/ PTI transferred in 2012/ TOTAL PTI in 2012/ TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl. commitments) Expenditure % in 2012/ /14 Rollover requested to 2013/ Includes R m committed funds, to be spent by October 2013

34 FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13 R (million) TOTAL PTI transferred to July TOTAL Expenditure to July Expenditure % to July /13 Rollover requested to 2012/ PTI transferred in 2012/ TOTAL PTI in 2012/ TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl. commitments) Expenditure % in 2012/ /14 Rollover requested to 2013/ Dramatic improvement in expenditure in 2012/13, reflecting pro-active steps taken by the municipality

35 FINANCE DETAILS 2012/13 R (million) TOTAL PTI transferred to July TOTAL Expenditure to July Expenditure % to July /13 Rollover requested to 2012/ PTI transferred in 2012/ TOTAL PTI in 2012/ TOTAL Expenditure in 2012/13 (incl. commitments) Expenditure % in 2012/ /14 Rollover requested to 2013/ Rollover of committed funds from 2012/13, to be spent by October 2013.

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37 Designs for the full Ph 1 & 2 be completed by Jan 2014 and the tender for construction be awarded by Mar 2014 ITS, Control Centre & Vehicle Specifications completed by March 2014 Technical Specifications Full network Business & Financial Plan to be completed by June 2014 Full Network Business Plan Industry transition engagements across all phases with minibus and bus industry, negotiations begin June 2014 Negotiations Begin The PIRTN brand is finalised by June 2014 and official brand launch Brand Finalization Designs for Mandela Drive dedicated lane (B to C) to be completed in Nov 2013 and construction to begin in Mar 2013 Mandela Drive Designs for full Trunk

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39 Expenditure itemAmount (R‘m) % of Total Funds received Total expected expenditure to end June 2014 R 199m100% Planning costsR 50m25% Detailed Design & ConstructionR126m63% Stakeholder and industry engagementR 23m12%

40 Expenditure itemAmount (R‘m) % of Total Funds received Total expected expenditure to end June 2014 R 199m100% Planning costsR 50m25% Detailed Design & ConstructionR126m63% Stakeholder and industry engagementR 23m12% COMMITTED FUNDS TO DATE R 198m99% Municipality has already committed the full PTI allocation for 2013/14

41 Since July 2013 – SLAs signed and funds committed – Technical design underway – Phase 1 & 2 – Household survey almost complete – Conceptual design of Phase 3 & 4 – Launch of PIRPTS completed – Extensive Industry capacitation programme in place – Market survey in implementation – Engagements with Province and Bus companies

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43 Worst case scenario = ZERO allocations in 2014/15 and 2015/16 Unlikely that the project can continue – if outer year funding not secured to keep progress going – Extent of funding received can vary, but PIRPTS is not viable if zero allocation remains

44 R’m2013/142014/152015/162016/172017/182018/192019/20 PTI R 199R396R218R208R299R160R135 PTNOR0 R27R117R108R118R142 TOTALR199R396R245R325R407R278R277 MTEF Current Year Phase 1: Seshego Phase 2: Moletji Phase 3: Mankweng Phase 4: North West/ Koloti

45 R’m2013/142014/152015/162016/172017/182018/192019/20 PTI R 199R396R218R208R299R160R135 PTNOR0 R27R117R108R118R142 TOTALR199R396R245R325R407R278R277 MTEF Current Year Phase 1: Seshego Phase 2: Moletji Phase 3: Mankweng Phase 4: North West/ Koloti Phase 1 Trunk, extension and feeder roadway works Stations and stops Depots Control centre

46 R’m2013/142014/152015/162016/172017/182018/192019/20 PTI R 199R396R218R208R299R160R135 PTNOR0 R27R117R108R118R142 TOTALR199R396R245R325R407R278R277 MTEF Current Year Phase 1: Seshego Phase 2: Moletji Phase 3: Mankweng Phase 4: North West/ Koloti Phase 1 No PTNO requirements in 2014/15

47 R’m2013/142014/152015/162016/172017/182018/192019/20 PTI R 199R396R218R208R299R160R135 PTNOR0 R27R117R108R118R142 TOTALR199R396R245R325R407R278R277 MTEF Current Year Phase 1: Seshego Phase 2: Moletji Phase 3: Mankweng Phase 4: North West/ Koloti Phase 1 Trunk, extension and feeder roadway works Stations and stops Depots Control centre IFM, ITS and Security equipment

48 R’m2013/142014/152015/162016/172017/182018/192019/20 PTI R 199R396R218R208R299R160R135 PTNOR0 R27R117R108R118R142 TOTALR199R396R245R325R407R278R277 MTEF Current Year Phase 1: Seshego Phase 2: Moletji Phase 3: Mankweng Phase 4: North West/ Koloti Phase 1 Industry compensation Entity establishment VOC establishment Auxiliary contracts (ITS, IFM)

49 R’m2013/142014/152015/162016/172017/182018/192019/20 PTI R 199R396R218R208R299R160R135 PTNOR0 R27R117R108R118R142 TOTALR199R396R245R325R407R278R277 MTEF Current Year Phase 1: Seshego Phase 2: Moletji Phase 3: Mankweng Phase 4: North West/ Koloti Phase 2 Trunk, extension and feeder roadway works Stations and stops Phase 1 Principle debt on vehicle fleet

50 R’m2013/142014/152015/162016/172017/182018/192019/20 PTI R 199R396R218R208R299R160R135 PTNOR0 R27R117R108R118R142 TOTALR199R396R245R325R407R278R277 MTEF Current Year Phase 1: Seshego Phase 2: Moletji Phase 3: Mankweng Phase 4: North West/ Koloti Phase 1 Interest on vehicle purchase Industry compensation Entity establishment VOC establishment Auxiliary contracts (ITS, IFM)

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