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PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE & SYSTEMS FUND (PTIF) Department of Transport Presentation to Select Committee on Finance, 28 Feb. 2007.

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1 PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE & SYSTEMS FUND (PTIF) Department of Transport Presentation to Select Committee on Finance, 28 Feb. 2007

2 Contents  Introduction  PTIF Budget (overall, per project category & per beneficiary)  PTIF Requirements  Roles  PTIF Projects  Monitoring and Evaluation  Concluding Remarks Department of Transport

3 Introduction  Established in March 2005 to improve public transport infrastructure and systems in SA  The right for SA to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ priority was given to World Cup related projects.  A Transport Action Plan for 2010 has been developed to guide preparations for the event  Priority Statements developed by host cities, other municipalities and provinces  Allocations are approved based on recommended project proposals  Monitoring and management contract for PTIF in place Department of Transport

4 PTIF Budget  2005/06 - R241,7m  2006/07 - R700m  2007/08 – R1,8bn  2008/09 – R3,5bn  2009/10 – R3bn Department of Transport

5 PTIF Funds per Category Legend (all funds in Rm) PTIPublic Transport Infrasructure ITSIntelligent Transport Systems NMTNon-motorised Transport Department of Transport

6 PTIF Funds per Category (including 2007+) PROJECT TYPESALLCATED FUNDS (Rm) PTI2760 ITS/TDM509 STADIUM LINK630 NMT117 RAIL1316 PLANNING84 AIRPORT181 NATIONAL ROADS430 BRT826 Legend (all funds in Rm) PTIPublic Transport Infrasructure ITSIntelligent Transport Systems NMTNon-motorised Transport Department of Transport

7 PROJECT TYPESALLCATED FUNDS (Rm) PTI2760 ITS/TDM509 STADIUM LINK630 NMT117 RAIL1316 PLANNING84 AIRPORT181 NATIONAL ROADS430 BRT826 Legend (all funds in Rm) PTIPublic Transport Infrasructure ITSIntelligent Transport Systems NMTNon-motorised Transport Department of Transport PTIF Funds per Category (including 2007+)

8 PTIF Allocations per Host City and SOE Department of Transport

9 PTIF Allocations per Host City and SOE (incl.2007+) HOST CITYFUNDS (Rm) JOHANNESBURG1320 CAPE TOWN766 NELSON MANDELA520 ETHEKWINI749 MBOMBELA211 POLOKWANE179 RUSTENBURG69 SARCC566 MANGAUNG322 TSHWANE694 Department of Transport

10 PTIF Allocations per Province Department of Transport

11 Key Requirements for PTIF Funding  Projects should  prioritise public transport,  satisfy both long term mobility (legacy) and event specific mobility requirements,  continuity from planning to execution,  be executed in accordance govt. procurement and related requirements,  based on local IDPs and ITPs, addressing community access and mobility needs, and  be practical and implementable ahead of Department of Transport

12 Roles  DOT –National Transport Plan for WC 2010 –Coordination & focal point for info exchange –Technical support –Evaluate Priority Statements –Manage PTIF –Programme management  Host Cities –Local Transport Plan for WC 2010 (linked to the Integrated Planning Plans) –Prepare Priority Statements –Implement projects –Integrate local transport plan with other sectors within the cities  Provinces –Provincial coordination –Link host cities to non- host cities –Prepare provincial priority statements –Provide technical support Department of Transport

13 Roles  DOT –Remove critical barriers –Monitor and evaluate –Interdepartment al coordination –National operational plan (framework. –Develop guidelines & set standards  Host Cities –Reporting (i.t.o. PTIF, DORA, PFMA & MFMA) –Local operational plan  Provinces –Marketing and communication –Cross boundary transport management –Provide linkages to other provinces –Create environment for hosting Department of Transport

14 PTIF Projects  Request areas predominantly road and rail public transport and non-motorised transport  Project types include planning, physical infrastructure and systems  Planning includes transport planning, detailed project plans and designs  Infrastructure and systems projects include:  Public transport road infrastructure  Public transport interchange facilities  Rail upgrades  Inter-modal facilities  HOV lanes  BRT systems  ITS infrastructure and systems  NMT infrastructure  Inner-city mobility systems  Call centre systems  Public transport vehicles  Airport- City links Department of Transport

15 Snap shot into the Host City Plans: –Ethekwini CBD public transport prioritised distribution system integrating bus, rail and taxis Taxi and bus services rationalisation North- South rail corridor development –Mangaung Masterplan for CDB development has been completed Development of the Activity Corridor linking all residential areas with the CBD Figure 1: Broader context Ethekwini EntityAmtProgress Ethekwini11.7mProcurement stage finalised MangaungR19mProject resubmitted for bigger scope PTIF Projects Department of Transport

16 Snap shot into the Host City Plans: –Nelson Mandela Bay: Improved modal choice to users Bring forward the city’s public transport corridor development strategy (initially a 10 year strategy) Khulani Corridor Development (linking Motherwell with the CBD via the stadium) –Johannesburg: Nasrec Strategic Public Transport Network Ellispark Strategic Public Transport Network link. EntityAmtProgress NMBayR30mContractors on site for Diaz Road Phase 2 JohannesburgR60mSPTN phase 1 completed (phase 2 under construction) PTIF Projects Department of Transport

17 Snap shot into the Host City Plans: –Joburg: Inner City Distribution System TDM options Park and ride initiatives –Tshwane: Loftus Versfeld stadium precinct BRT and light rail proposals CBD development EntityAmtProgress JoburgR60mICDS-detailed designs have been finalised TshwaneR11mPreliminary work being done internally PTIF Projects Department of Transport

18 Snap shot into the Host City Plans: –Cape Town: Improved public transport systems development. Transport corridor development NMT initiatives –Polokwane: Congestion management Public transport and Nprioritisation IT systems development Cape Town EntityAmtProgress Cape TownR60mSix tenders advertised for design and contract management PolokwaneR10.4 m Consultants for preliminary design work appointed PTIF Projects Department of Transport

19 Monitoring and Evaluation  Informed by Transport guarantees, M & E Framework, DORA, PFMA, etc.  A team of M & E experts has been appointed  Report monthly  Have picked up weaknesses/ challenges w.r.t projects implementation and spending. Department of Transport

20 Monitoring and Evaluation: Challenges Card (Summary) Host CityInstitutionalHumanFinancialPlanning Cape Town eThekwini Johannesburg Mangaung Mbombela Nelson Mandela Bay Polokwane Rustenburg Tshwane Key: Slight or no challenges; Moderate challenges; Significant challenges Department of Transport

21 Challenges and Strategies to Overcome them InstitutionalHumanFinancialPlanning WC Office and intersphere committee is in place Host Cities will be assisted to form similar structures Recruitment of appropriate skills is critical Technical support will be intensified across all spheres PTIF Principle of co- funding should be applied Alternative sources should be explored Operational planning will be accelerated Technical support will be intensified across all spheres Department of Transport

22 Concluding Remarks  Project implementation is already underway and progress reporting frameworks are in place  M&E is absolutely critical to ensuring sustainability (legacy)  Transport is geared up to support and enable world cup success  Challenges related to spending/ non-spending need to be resolved soon  The new M & E contract will include project management, technical support and paring. Department of Transport

23 THANK YOU Department of Transport


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