Transport Eastern Cape

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About the Department

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The Department of Transport derives its mandate from the Constitution, National Land Transport Act, National Road Traffic Act, White Paper of Sustainable Transport and other relevant legislations.

The Department as envisaged in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act, 1993 (Act 200 of 1993) replaced by the 1996 Act, (Act 108 of 1996), is responsible for maximizing the contribution of transport to the economic and social development goals of the society by providing fully integrated transport operations and infrastructure.

The Department executes its responsibilities through five (5) programme i.e. Administration, Transport Infrastructure, Transport Operations, Transport Regulation and Community Development.

In addition to this, the Department has two entities; Mayibuye Transport Corporation (MTC) which is listed as a Schedule 3D of the Public Finance Management Act, No. 1 of 1999. Established in terms of the Ciskeian Corporation Act 18 of 1981, MTC is a parastatal bus operation, providing passenger services in the Amathole District and parts of the Chris Hani District Municipality. At the center of its operations is the provision of affordable bus passenger service to the predominantly rural communities.

The second entity is the Government Fleet Management Trading Entity which was established as through a Cabinet Resolution and derives its mandate from Treasury Regulation 19. The entity is responsible for procuring vehicles on behalf of the Eastern Cape Government, administration of the the government fleet, repair and maintenance of vehicles, disposal of obsolete fleet, develop and monitor implementation of fleet management strategies amongst others.

Vision
Provide, facilitate, develop, regulate, and enhance a safe, affordable and reliable multi-modal transport system which is intergrated with land use to ensure optimal mobility of people and goods in support of socio-economic growth and development in the Province of the Eastern Cape.

Mission
Provide, facilitate, develop, regulate, and enhance a safe, affordable and reliable multi-modal transport system which is intergrated with land use to ensure optimal mobility of people and goods in support of socio-economic growth and development in the Province of the Eastern Cape

Mandate
The mandate of the Department is derived from the Constitution, National Land Transport Act, National Road Traffic Act, White Paper of Sustainable Transport and other relevant legislation.
The following section of the Constitution guides the mandate of the Department
Schedule 4 (Functional Areas of Concurrent National and Provincial Legislative Competence), Section A of the Constitution, Act 108 of 1996 with specific reference to the following areas:
Schedule 5, section A of the Constitution, Act 108 of 1996 with specific reference to provincial roads and traffic

The Provincial Departments of Transport as envisaged in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act, 1993 (Act 200 of 1993) replaced by the 1996 Act, (Act 108 of 1996), is responsible for maximising the contribution of transport to the economic and social development goals of the society by providing fully integrated transport operations and infrastructure.

Values
The values of the Department rest on the pillars of:

Commitment:
The Department will endeavour to exceed expectations in delivering an efficient, safe, sustainable, affordable and accessible transport system. The Department will work with urgency and commitment to be successful from employee and department perspective.

Accountability:
At all times we act with integrity, providing quality service, being reliable and responsible.

Teamwork:
Working co-operatively and making our work environment fun and enjoyable. We work with one another and our stakeholders with enthusiasm and appreciation.

Good Governance:
The Department encourages the public trust and participation that enables services to improve. The Department will strive to adhere to the six core principles of good governance i.e.

Focusing on the Department’s purpose and on outcomes for citizens and service users.
Performing effectively in clearly defined functions and roles.
Promoting values for the whole department and demonstrating the values of good governance through behaviour.
Taking informed, transparent decisions and managing risk.
Developing the capacity and capability to be effective.
Engaging stakeholders and making accountability real

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