Sustainable/Green Transport Workshop

In our cities transport has become a major consumer of the collective energy consumption and is a BIG contributor to pollution and we need to urgently implement both strategic and tactical interventions to turn this around if we want to regain livable cities.

“Sustainable/Green Transport Strategies” are not a nice to have, but a business and social imperative. This clearly emerged from the workshop on Sustainable and Green Transport hosted in Cape Town.

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UATP/TCT Public Transport Workshop

The UATP/TCT Workshop on Public Transport Best Practice provides an opportunity to find and share real solutions to transport problems common across Africa, explore and determine what we can learn from each other, and what best practices can be adapted and implemented in our own countries.

ITS South Africa encourages members to participate in this important event.

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ITS World Congress Feedback Session

A number of ITS South Africa members will participate in the 22nd ITS World Congress on 5-9 October in Bordeaux, France. To share our observations about trends and innovations in the global ITS market, ITS South Africa will host a feedback session on Wednesday 18 November. Please diarise the date and watch out for more details.

Seat Belt Study

You are kindly requested to assist a final year Civil Engineering student in a research project on “knowledge of seat belt effectiveness among professionals and the general public”.

The research will provide new insights into understanding whether South Africans wear seatbelts and if not, why. This information could be used in the future to ensure that drivers and passengers are better educated and therefore hopefully increase the wearing of seatbelts.

  • Please note that all data will be obtained anonymously.
  • No information will be made available to any third parties.

Participants who complete the survey will stand a chance of winning a R200 Exclusive Books voucher. If you are interested in winning, please add a contact number at the beginning of the survey.

If you are willing to participate in this study please click the link below and answer the questions honestly.

AGM presentation

The presentation at the ITS South Africa AGM by Daniel Silke, an independent political analyst, is available for download. Daniel spoke about trends in Africa, including South Africa, affecting infrastructure and transport. Click here to download the presentation.


One of the aims of the EcoMobility World Festival is to give people a preview of a future transport system where public transport, walking and cycling become the preferred transport modes of choice. Various street spaces in the Sandton CBD, one of the busiest districts in South Africa, will be turned into public spaces where people will be able to move from point to point using public transport, walking, cycling and eco-mobile vehicles.

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Green Paper on Rail Transport

It is widely discussed that the South African transport environment needs to see the revival of rail. You are cordially invited to read the Green Paper on Rail Transport.

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New Members

Namibia Road Fund Administration

ITS South Africa proudly welcomes the Road Fund Administration (RFA) of namibia as a new Member under the Africa Chapter. The RFA was established by an Act of parliament, Act No. 18 of 1999 with the object of managing the Namibian road user charging system to secure and allocate sufficient funding for the achievement of a safe and economically efficient road sector. Funding is allocated to mainly projects and programmes for the preservation and development of the national road network and major urban arterials; contributions towards the maintenance of urban roads; traffic information, law enforcement, adjudication and safety, and road research. Please visit

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