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Title: Road Transport Management System (RTMS): a self regulation initiative in heavy vehicle transport in South Africa
Authors: Nordengen, PA
Keywords: Overload control
Road deterioration
National standards
Issue Date: Jul-2007
Citation: Nordengen, PA and Pienaar, N. 2007. Road Transport Management System (RTMS): a self regulation initiative in heavy vehicle transport in South Africa. The challenges of implementing policy? SATC 2007: The 26th Annual Southern African Transport Conference and Exhibition, Pretoria, South Africa, 9-12 July, 2007, 11p
Abstract: This paper describes the most recent developments of an initiative to introduce meaningful self-regulation in the heavy vehicle transport industry through a Road Transport Management System (RTMS) with the aim of contributing to the road authorities' efforts to address heavy vehicle overloading and road safety, which continiue to be the major problems on South African roads despite efforts for more effective enforcement by the road and traffic authorities.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1027
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