Paper presented at the 21st Annual South African Transport Conference 15 - 18 July 2002 "Towards building capacity and accelerating delivery", CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, South Africa.
The Operating Licences Strategies will only add value to the planning and management processes if it is based on reliable information, and the outcome is logical and easy to understand. The Gauteng OLSs is a first initiative to prepare this type of plan and the learning curve will probably be very steep. Of great importance is the regular monitoring and updating of the information system and, subsequently, the OLSs themselves. A possibility that might be considered is the establishment of a permanent survey team to gather information on a roving basis throughout the year, in stead of doing it sporadically as at present. Further innovation is clearly required to make the process as simple as
possible without sacrificing reliability and quality.
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Fourie, P.J. (Pieter Jacobus)(University of Pretoria, 2009-09-18)
Transport demand planning in South Africa is a neglected field of study, using obsolete methods to model an extremely complex, dynamic system composed of an eclectic mix of First and Third World transport technologies, ...