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LIMPOPO PROVINCE DEPARTMENT OF ROADS AND TRANSPORT REPORT ON CONDITIONAL GRANT AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURE REVIEW
VISION AND MISSION VISION An integrated safe, reliable, efficient, affordable and sustainable multimodal transport system and adequate infrastructure MISSION To develop, co-ordinate, implement, manage and maintain an integrated and sustainable multi-modal transport system and appropriate infrastructure.
INTRODUCTION The main objective of the department’ is to provide efficient transport that supports the economic development in the province. The nature of the province being rural remains a challenge to inject further favorable resources to stimulate the growth that will result in the creation of more jobs and alleviate poverty.
INTRODUCTION The department is responsible for construction, maintenance and provision of Roads infrastructure; provision and management of public transport systems and management of road traffic safety in the province.
INTRODUCTION, cont… The available limited resources are utilized efficiently, effectively and economically to attain maximum outputs through departmental staff, Road Agency Limpopo, consultants and contractors with relevant expertise preferentially within the province. The economic background weather condition and the terrain of our province impact negatively in the cost of goods and services
INTRODUCTION, cont… that are provided as they are higher than the standard cost price in the market. The department should upgrade roads and other transport infrastructure to can comply with the 2010 word cup final requirements. Cross Boundary municipality: The Limpopo Toads and Transport will still be caring the maintenance costs for the Bushbuckridge.
INTRODUCTION, cont… municipality until the end of the current financial year. Meanwhile roads at the Motse area which was at within Mpumalanga affected areas have potholes and need additional R560 million for upgrading to be at an acceptable level
ROADS INFRASTRUCTURE The Road Network in Limpopo Limpopo Province is responsible for the maintenance and construction of approximately of KM network of roads. The province is responsible for the maintenance of provincial and local municipality roads which have not as yet been proclaimed to municipalities.
The Road Network in Limpopo, cont… Table 1: Kilometers Roads per Region District Paved kmGravel kmTotal km% Paved Waterberg ,8 Sekhukhune ,5 Capricorn ,7 Mopani ,2 Bohlabela ,8 Vhembe ,0 TOTAL ,2
The Road Network in Limpopo, cont… The province has number of vehicles The overall quality of roads in the Province is poor; however it differs from district to district. The terrain, type of soil and weather conditions in Vhembe and Bohlabela districts shorten the lifespan of roads in the area. and make it expensive to construct and maintain them as the area is mountainous and the raw materials (soil) are to imported from other districts.
The Road Network in Limpopo, cont… The year 2000 and 2005 floods left lot of pot holes on paved roads, damaged gravel roads and need lot of funds put them to the initial state of affair. The estimated cost to put them to the initial state is R1,4 milliom. The extent of the damage was such that some of the areas cannot be accessed to date.
The Road Network in Limpopo, cont… Table 2: Maintenance & repair and transfer costs expenditure trend 2003/04 Actual 2004/05 Actual 2005/06 Actual 2006/07 Budget 2007/08 Budget 2008/09 Budget 2009/10 Budget Maintenance - Departmental Total Transfers to Road Agency Limpopo Conditional Grant - Infrastructure Total budget
The Road Network in Limpopo, cont… Transfers on table 3 are the annual transfers that are made to Road Agency Limpopo for maintenance and construction of roads. The amount also include conditional grant for Infrastructure. The actual spending on departmental roads maintenance was decreased by 3,3% in 2003/04 and 2004/05 financial year. In 2005/06 it was increased by 6,6% and further reduced by 6%,6,6% for 2006/07. The increase and decrease depended mainly on the need from year to year. The budget has been kept constant for MTEF.
The Road Network in Limpopo, cont… The percentage budget was increased from 65,0% to 68,3% from 2003/04 and 2004/05. In 2004/05 to 2005/06 it was reduced by 6% due to financial constraints. 2006/07 to 2007/08 and the MTEF it was increased by 67,2% to 74,2% to address infrastructure needs within the province.
The Road Network in Limpopo, cont… This does not necessarily mean that the budget will be able to resolve all the backlog of damage caused by the 2000 floods however it only shows the provincial commitments to address the road condition. Service Delivery In Provincial Roads Infrastructure.
Table 3: Maintenance and Repair of Roads Provincial Department Type of repair Unit of measure 2004/05 Actual 2004/05 Target 2005/06 Actual 2005/06 Target 2006/07 Target 2007/08 Target SurfaceSquare/m ,000 PotholesCubic/m ,600 2,700 Edge-breakSquare/m ,3002,5002,600 Crack sealing linearLinear s/m ,000297,00297,000 Crack sealingSquare/m ,00048,00050,000 BladingBlade/km , ,000 Clean drainage strNumber ,000 Install culvertsBarrels Bush clearingSquare/m Grass cuttingSquare/m Road signsNimber ,000 Re-gravel raodsKm
Service Delivery In Provincial Roads Infrastructure,… The current average cost of constructing a paved road is R2,0 million per kilometer, and the maintenance cost of a paved road is R0,5m rand per kilometer. The cost will vary from district to district depending on the availability of raw materials. Labour intensive construction cost R0,5 million per kilometer.
Service Delivery In Provincial Roads Infrastructure,… The department handed over few provincial roads to SANRAL for routine maintenance (surface repairs) The Conditional Grant is being utilized by the Provincial Road Agency for the construction of new roads. The department is implementing of EPWP programmes to erect fencing along provincial roads and has provided jobs from November 2005 todate.
Service Delivery through Road Agency Limpopo Table 4: Budget inputs - RAL Type of service 2005/062006/072007/08 R’000 Tarring Rehabilitation Repair and reseal Regravelling Bridge construction Flood Repair--- Total
Service Delivery In Provincial Roads Infrastructure,… The Agency received its major funding through transfers from the Provincial Department. The agency is capable of managing and provision of quality roads through its competent staff of engineers. The agency is planning to increase the budget on the paving from 2005/06 by 62% for 2006/07 and 68,6% in 2007/08.
Outputs through Road Agency Limpopo Table 5: Service delivery - RAL Type of service 2005/062006/072007/08 KM Tarring Rehabilitation Repair and reseal Regravelling Bridge construction4-- Flood Repair-- Total
Outputs through Road Agency Limpopo Table 6: Cost per km Type of service 2005/062006/072007/08 R’000/KM Tarring Rehabilitation Repair and reseal Regravelling Bridge construction Flood Repair Total average
Outputs through Road Agency Limpopo The table ‘table 5’ shows that will cover 200, 220 and 383 for the current financial year 2005/06 to 2007/08. They will do rehabilitation of 96, 50 and 150 km’s in 2005/06 to 2007/08. Repair and reseal be 216, 495 and 522 km’s for 2005/06 financial years.
Outputs through Road Agency Limpopo The agency will be doing the last re- gravelling during the next financial year, and has targeted to cover 105 and 110 km’s respectively. Construction of bridges will be finalized during the current financial year by constructing 4Km
First Quarter Performance Report - Departmental Conducted routine maintenance inspections after three weeks. Evaluate commercialization process to identify gaps within regions. Revised typical drainage drawings in electronic format. Signed memorandum of understanding and service level agreement with Sekhukhune FET College for the provision for the external learnership candidates.
First Quarter Performance Report - Departmental Road maintenance = 13,949 sq.m = 612 cub.m Surface repair = 368 cub.m Pothole Repairs in cub.m = 106,529 m Edge-break repairs in cub.m = 5,000 sq.m Blading = 138,961 bl-km Bush-clearing in sq.m= 24,582,763
First Quarter Performance Report - Departmental Grass-cutting in sq.m = 16,502,507 sq.m Drainage structures cleaned – number = 7,034 Drainage structures installed – number of barrels = 88 barrels Road signs replaced – single pole = 3,582 signs Road signs replaced – double pole = 1,536 signs
First Quarter Performance Report - Departmental - EPWP Implementation of fence project Capricorn District Road- Gilead to Seshego D3390 ( 8.84 km fence erected, 24.7 km holes dug and 74.9 km bush- clearing done) 126 community members employed Mopani District Road D9 : Moeketsi to malamulele –D9 (95 km fence erected, 1,429 poles planted) 100 community members were employed They have started erecting fences
First Quarter Performance Report - Departmental - EPWP 100 community members were employed They have started erecting fences. Vhembe District: Road P98/1: (Thulamela & Makhado Municipal areas) 1.8 km fence erected and 930 poles planted. 72 community members employed.
First Quarter Performance Report - Departmental - EPWP Sekhukhune District: Makhudathamaga: Roads D4045 & D2219 – 15.2 km fence erected, 3.4 km poles erected. Tubatse: Road P33/ km poles planted. Greater Groblersdal: Road D1547 – 4.6 km fence erected and 450 poles planted.
First Quarter Performance Report – Road Agency Limpopo The infrastructure report transfers and Infrastructure Grant are as per the spreadsheet.
Departmental monitoring capacity Professional Staf
Reporting by the Road Agency The Road Agency Limpopo submits monthly, quarterly and annual report to the department and the provincial treasury. They also submit any report that may be requested at anytime to comply with the department and provincial treasury.