Presentation on theme: "Department of Transport Budget 2003/04 to 2005/06 Presentation to Select Committee on Public Services (NCOP) 16 April 2003."— Presentation transcript:
Department of Transport Budget 2003/04 to 2005/06 Presentation to Select Committee on Public Services (NCOP) 16 April 2003
Contents of Presentation Mandate and Structure Programme purpose and measurable objectives Strategic overview and key challenges Programme Outputs and Budgets 2003/04 Expenditure estimates and trends Allocations to Public Entities and other State Departments Anticipated rollovers to 2003/04
Mandate of NDOT To facilitate the provision of an affordable, safe and sustainable transport system; which is responsive to the needs of transport users.
Minister Director- General Ministry Office of DG Transport Policy & Regulation Public Transport & Planning Land Transport Management Corporate Services Land Transport Regulation Infra- structure Aviation & Maritime Transport Policy Transport Planning Public Transport Structure of the Department 1 April 2003
Corporate Services Purpose: Provides for policy formulation by the Minister and the Director-General, information technology (IT), financial management, personnel and provisioning administration, and legal and other office support services.
Land Transport Management Purpose: Develops and maintains an overall transport infrastructure strategic plan for all modes of transport and provides regulations through the provision of national standards and guidelines. Measurable Objective: To develop and co-ordinate an integrated transport infrastructure framework, and promote an operational environment which improves the safety, quality, efficiency, and economic sustainability of operations whilst reducing the environmental impact of transport.
Transport Policy and Regulation Purpose: Develops and promotes policy for all modes of transport and regulates aviation and maritime sectors. Measurable Objective: To promote, enforce, and monitor the implementation and performance of policy and regulations for transport operations, in order to achieve a competitive, equitable, safe, efficient and sustainable transport system.
Public Transport and Planning Purpose: Manages public transport operations and planning. Measurable Objective: To plan, regulate, monitor, and review public transport operations, in order to achieve an affordable, competitive, accountable and sustainable public transport system.
Strategic Overview Public Transport Infrastructure –Rail, Roads, Ports, Airports Safety –Rail, Roads, Aviation and Maritime Safety Oversight over Public Entities SADC NEPAD
Key Priorities and Challenges Road Safety (The Road to Safety Strategy) Road Accident Fund (The Satchwell Report) Transport infrastructure Public Transport (taxi recap. and subsidies) Rail Safety & Security Transport Planning (Integrated Transport Plans) Aviation & Maritime policy review Freight Transport (Logistical chains) Intergovernmental Relations (MINCOM/COTO) An effective regulatory framework for transport public entities (Corporate governance and management)
Key Priorities for 2003/04 John Ross Highway Rural Roads Taxi Recapitalisation Investment in Rail Infrastructure and Rolling Stock King Shaka Airport Support initiatives around concessioning of Durban Container Terminal and construction of Coega Port Upgrade of access roads to Border Posts Transformation of Public Transport Subsidies Rail Safety and Security Overloading Control
Current Pressure Points Road Accidents Bus and Rail Subsidies Backlog on Infrastructure Funding Conversion to Credit Card License Governance of Transport Public Entities Intergovernmental Relations (MINCOM) Operationalisation of RTMC Establishment of the RTIA (AARTO) Safety and Security of Transport Infrastructure
Outputs & Budgets: Corporate Services Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2003/04 MinisterMinisterial duties0,7 Management Office of DG; Internal Audit; International Relations Conduct overall management of the Department 13,2 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 54,8 Total68,7
Outputs & Budgets: Land Transport Management Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2003/04 InfrastructureDevelop & promote an infrastructure strategy; funding of national roads 1 285,1 Information SystemsWell maintained NATIS and databank 97,6 Standards & Guidelines Execution of Road Traffic Act; regulate road safety; overloading control 15,0 Land Transport Legislation Enabling legislative and regulatory environment for road safety and overloading control 1,2 Land Transport Agency oversight Creation of AARTO agency, development of RTMC and agency oversight 31,6 Road Safety Promotions Communication, education; implement road safety projects; enhance professionalism in traffic fraternity 23,6 AdministrationManage financial and administration services 5,1 Total1 459,2
Outputs & Budgets: Transport Policy and Regulation Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2003/04 Passenger and Freight Transport Policy Development Finalise & implement short term accessible transport strategies. Implement the Railway Safety Regulator Act; finalise various policies and strategies, including BEE, Rural Transport, Intelligent Transport Systems and a Freight Logistics Framework; implement the Environmental Implementation Plan. 18,9 Economic AnalysisEstablish Economic Analysis unit 2,0 Research & Development Develop research & data collection programmes and a National Land Transport Information System; manage a National Travel survey 9,5 Air Transport Regulation Improve levels of aviation safety and security and regulate the aviation environment 18,2
Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2003/04 Air Transport Regulation Improve levels of aviation safety and security and regulate the aviation environment 18,2 Maritime TransportRender effective oil pollution prevention services; promote maritime safety and security and manage a search and rescue facility 91,2 Aviation & Maritime Policy Develop aviation and maritime policies and regulations 4,0 AdministrationManage financial and administration services 2,8 Total146,6 Outputs & Budgets: Transport Policy and Regulation (cont.)
Outputs & Budgets: Public Transport and Planning Sub ProgrammeOutput R million 2003/04 Bus OperationsBus contracts operated on tendered & negotiated contracts; increase HDI / BEE participation and promote accessible transport 2 044,0 Commuter RailCombat fare evasion; implement automatic fare collection system; promote accessible stations 2 343,9 Taxi OperationsRollout plan for taxi recapitalisation; facilitate empowerment in the taxi industry 10,0 NLTTA Implementation Facilitate the implementation of the NLTTA 22,0 Transport PlanningFacilitate development of transport plans and the development of infrastructure and development projects in urban areas 41,5 AdministrationManage financial and administration services 22,8 Total 4 484,2
Baseline Budgets R million 2003/042004/052005/06 Rail subsidies2043.82228.62362,2 Bus subsidies1894.02008.02128,5 Roads1270.61240.81315,2 Other415.2420.8444,1 Total5623.65898.26250,0
Included in Baseline R million 2003/042004/052005/06 Poverty Relief - Roads projects 100 Infrastructure - SA Rail Commuter Corporation 130200212 Total230200212 Note: These amounts as well as public transport subsidies and rail capital allocations are earmarked.
Additional Funds Requested R million 2003/042004/052005/06 Infrastructure9811 5682 284 Public Transport847993943 Safety274554 Institutional Reforms513747 Total1 9062 6433 328
Additional Funds Allocated R million 2003/042004/052005/06 Rail capital100 Rail subsidies200 Bus subsidies150 Railway Safety Regulator 51015 Dangerous goods6,89,212 Total461,8469,2477
Allocations from Reprioritisation R million 2003/042004/052005/06 Infrastructure Planning*14,4 15,3 Overloading Control*10,017,918,2 Oil Pollution Prevention7,17,68,0 Railway Safety Regulator*5,0 Road Traffic Man. Corp.5,07,09,0 Aviation & Maritime Pol.*4,04,24,5 Maritime Rescue (MRCC)*3,63,94,3 Ports Regulator*2,51,5 Rail Economic Regulator*2,52,0 Total54,163,567,8 * No prior baseline
Total Budget 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 Other 527,0500,3523,8561,6 Roads 1,203,11,270,61,240,81,315,2 Bus 1,846,72,044,02,158,02,278,5 Rail 2,255,42,343,82,528,62,662,2 2002/032003/042004/052005/06 R million Total5,832,26,158,76,451,26,817,5
Other Budget Allocations Corporate Services –Support Services Land Transport Management –NATiS, Road Traffic Management, AARTO, RTMC, Overloading Transport Policy and Regulation –Oil Pollution Prevention, Watchkeeping Services, Policy Development Public Transport and Planning –NLTTA, Taxi, Urban Transport Fund
Budget Breakdown 2003/04 R million AmountsPercentages Rail2 34438,05 Bus2 04433,19 Roads1 27120,64 NATiS661,07 Maritime Safety701,14 Urban Transport Fund420,68 NLTTA220,36 Administration691,12 Land Transport1232,00 Tpt Policy & Regulation771,25 Tpt & Planning310,50 Total6 159100,0
Discretionary Budget 2003/04 R million AmountsPercentages Administration691,12 Land Transport1232,00 Transport Policy & Regulation771,25 Transport & Planning310,50 Total of above3004,87 Transfers included above: Capacity and Policy Development11,8 Driver’s License Testing Centers19,2 RTMC and Overloading control18,5 Railway Safety Regulator10,0 Aviation & Maritime Agencies12,7 Taxi Operations10,0 Remaining Budget217,83,54 Breakdown of the remaining Budget of R 217,8 m: Personnel ExpenditureR 81,3 m Administrative ExpenditureR 35,1 m EquipmentR 9,2 m Professional ServicesR 92,2 m Personnel and Administrative Expenditure are mainly not discretionary while Equipment and Professional Services are mainly discretionary.
Rail 38,1% Bus 33,2% Roads 20,6% Other 8,1% Tpt & Planning Tpt Pol. & Reg. Land Transport Admin NLTTA UTF Maritime Safety NATiS 13,2% 6,2% 15,4% 24,6% 13,8% 4,4% 8,4% 14,0% Budget Breakdown 2003/04
Expenditure Trends: NDOT 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 DOT 4062409949375832615964516818 % increase 0,920,418,15,64,75,7 2000200120022003200420052006 R million 2002: Increase in bus subsidies 20%; correction of Roads budget 52% 2003: Adjustments budget 9,9%: Allocations for infrastructure R 188m, subsidies R 200m; rollovers R 69m and inflation R 31m
Expenditure Trends Rail, Bus, Roads 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 2000200120022003200420052006 RailBusRoads R million
Expenditure Trends Rail, Bus, Roads 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 2000200120022003200420052006 RailBusRoads R million Rail: 2003: Additional R146m for rolling stock and rail extensions Additional R160m for subsidies 2004 – 2006: Additional subsidies R200m and allocation for rolling stock R100m over the MTEF
Expenditure Trends Rail, Bus, Roads 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 2000200120022003200420052006 RailBusRoads R million Bus: 2003: Additional R40m for subsidies 2004 – 2006: Additional subsidies R150m over the MTEF
Expenditure Trends Rail, Bus, Roads 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 2000200120022003200420052006 RailBusRoads R million Roads: 2002: Correction of baseline 2003: Additional R42m for Border Post access roads 2005: Poverty Relief allocation of R100m per year discontinued
0 50 100 150 200 250 2000200120022003200420052006 Administration Land Transport Transport Policy & Regulation Public Transport & Planning R million Land Transport: 2002: Additional expenditure on NATIS (R21m), DLTC’s (R15m) and RTMC (R3m) 2003: Rollovers for AARTO (R17m) and RSR (R6,6m) Increases for Safety promotions (R27m) 2004: Increases sustained by new allocations for Overloading Control (R10m), RSR (R10m) and sustained Safety promotions
Programme Expenditure Trends Excluding Rail, Bus, Roads 0 50 100 150 200 250 2000200120022003200420052006 Administration Land Transport Transport Policy & Regulation Public Transport & Planning R million Transport Policy and Regulation: 2003: Rollovers R&D (R17,5m) and Oil Pollution (R17m) Oil pollution under spent in 2002 (R39m)
Programme Expenditure Trends Excluding Rail, Bus, Roads 0 50 100 150 200 250 2000200120022003200420052006 Administration Land Transport Transport Policy & Regulation Public Transport & Planning R million Public Transport and Planning: 2002: Increased spending on Taxi process (R7m) and UTF (R16m) 2003: Increased allocations for NLTTA implementation (R36m) 2004: Reduced allocation for NLTTA implementation (R14m)
Allocations to Public Entities R’ 000 2003/042004/052005/06 S.A. Rail Commuter Corporation2 343 8402 528 5502 662 143 S.A. National Roads Agency1 270 5581 240 7891 315 236 Road Accident Fund--- Cross Border Road Transport Agency--- S.A. Maritime Safety Authority6 5046 8947 308 S.A. Civil Aviation Authority5 6876 0286 390 Urban Transport Fund41 53244 02446 665 Road Traffic Management Corporation 8 47310 68112 902 Airports Company South Africa--- Air Traffic and Navigation Services--- Railway Safety Regulator10 00015 00020 000 Total3 686 5943 851 9664 070 644
Allocations to Public Entities R’ 000 2003/04% of Budget S.A. Rail Commuter Corporation2 343 84038,1 S.A. National Roads Agency1 270 55820,6 Road Accident Fund- Cross Border Road Transport Agency- S.A. Maritime Safety Authority6 5040,1 S.A. Civil Aviation Authority5 6870,1 Urban Transport Fund41 5320,7 Road Traffic Management Corporation 8 4730,1 Airports Company South Africa- Air Traffic and Navigation Services- Railway Safety Regulator10 0000,2 Total3 686 59459,9
Allocations to other spheres of Government R’ 000 2003/042004/052005/06 Provinces: Bus Subsidies2 044 0002 158 0402 278 523 Taxi processes10 000 10 600 Driver’s license testing Centres 19 1939 74510 330 Overloading control10 00017 93818 249 Provinces and Local Authorities: Implementation of NLTTA 22 00023 32024 719 Local Authorities: Urban Transport Fund9 100-- Total2 114 2932 219 0432 342 421
Allocations to other spheres of Government R’ 000 2003/04% of Budget Provinces: Bus Subsidies2 044 00033,2 Taxi processes10 0000,2 Driver’s license testing Centres 19 1930,3 Overloading control10 0000,2 Provinces and Local Authorities: Implementation of NLTTA 22 0000,3 Local Authorities: Urban Transport Fund9 1000,1 Total2 114 29334,3
Funding from sources outside of the Medium Term Budget Source of Funds Purpose R million 2003/04 Road Accident Fund Funding made available based on the Arrive Alive Business Plan approved by the Road Accident Fund, Provinces, Department of Transport and the National Treasury 50 Overloading Control Fund Balance of previous year’s contributions from Provinces. Funds will be spent on overloading control initiatives countrywide and on the development of an overloading control strategy 10 Total60
Anticipated Rollovers to 2003/04 Details R’ 000 Umtata Railway line28 000 Road Traffic Infringements Agency17 000 S.A. Rail Commuter Corporation (Debt relief)16 311 Implementation of National Land Transport Transitional Act13 532 Taxi process12 370 National Traffic Information System7 406 Railway Safety Regulator6 444 S.A. Civil Aviation Authority5 500 Cross Border Road Transport Agency5 000 Non motorised transport project2 000 Forensic investigation278 Total113 841 Savings and under expenditure against budget for 2002/03122 637
List of Abbreviations DGDirector-General ITInformation Technology SADCSouthern African Development Countries NEPADNew Partnership for Africa’s Development MINCOMTransport Minister’s Committee COTOCommittee of Transport Officials RTMCRoad Traffic Management Corporation RTIARoad Traffic Infringements Agency
List of Abbreviations AARTOAdministrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences MRCCMaritime Rescue Control Center NATiSNational Traffic Information System NLTTANational Land Transport Transition Act MTEFMedium Term Expenditure Framework DLTC’sDriver’s License Testing Centers R&DResearch and Development HRHuman Resources GMTGovernment Motor Transport
Programmes and Sub Programmes AdministrationLand Transport Management Transport Policy & Regulation Public Transport & Planning MinisterInfrastructurePassenger Transport Policy Development Bus Operations ManagementInformation SystemsFreight Transport Policy Development Commuter Rail Operations Corporate Support Services Standards & Guidelines Economic AnalysisTaxi Operations Land Transport Legislation Research & Development NLTTA Implementation Land Transport Agency oversight Air Transport Regulation Transport Planning Road Safety Promotions Maritime Transport Aviation & Maritime Policy Administration
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