IRPTN Hearings - Mbombela

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BUDGET PROPOSAL FOR THE
2013-2016 MTEF PTIS GRANT
Mbombela Integrated
Public Transport Network
August 2013
Mobility response to integrated development plans
IPTN responds to
spatial
development
plans, eradicating
the dysfunctional
spatial system –
integration of
communities
White RiverNelspruit
development
corridor –
employment
growth
Nsikazi
Corridor
Commuter
linkages
along with
emerging
Business
nodes
Lehawu
Mataffin
precinct
Linking corridors
development along
transport routes
R536
R536
Transfer Ranks (Residential)
HAZYVIEW
Business Node Rank
Line-haul Routes
Feeder Routes
PT Priority Routes
SWALALA
R538
WHITE RIVER
KABOKWENI
D2689
ROCKY DRIFT
LEHAWU
R40
723
D1
RIVERSIDE
D2296
KANYAMAZANE
N4
LEKAZI
NELSPRUIT
MATSULU
ROUTES
• 1 priority route –
21kms
• 4 line-haul routes:
191kms
• 5 Feeder routes
groups: 656 kms
• 1 City Res /CBD dist.
route - 106kms
RANKS & STATIONS
• 1 Central transfer
station: Nelspruit hub
• 5 Transfer ranks:
Swalala, Kabokweni,
Lehawu, Lekazi,
Matsulu, plus
Barberton linkage
• 3 Business node
stations: White-river,
Riverside, Hazyview
KAAPMUIDEN
Phase
Description
Timing
Phase 0:
(Pilot
phase)
To test and bed down processes and ITS
systems
Problem resolution / correction thereafter
July 2015
Aug. 2015
Oct. 2015
Phase 1
Southern routes:
• Matsulu (1a) & Lekazi (1b)
Nov. 2015
Jan. 2016
Phase 2
Central (a & b):
•Kabokweni (2b) & Lehawu (2a)
•CBD distribution (2c)
•Residential distribution (2c)
Jan. 2016
March
2016
Phase 3
Northern routes:
•Hazyview (3a), Swalala (3b), White River
•Priority route (Nelspruit/White River) (3c)
April 2016
June 2016
R536
R536
Transfer Ranks (Residential)
HAZYVIEW
Business Node Rank
Line-haul Routes
Feeder Routes
PT Priority Routes
SWALALA
R538
Pilot phase: Test to beddown the ITS systems
Phase 1: Southern routes
Phase 2: Central (a& b),
CBD and residential
distribution (c)
Phase 3: Northern routes,
including White River –
Nelspruit priority route
WHITE RIVER
KABOKWENI
D2689
ROCKY DRIFT
LEHAWU
R40
3
72
D1
RIVERSIDE
D2296
2, c
KANYAMAZANE
N4
LEKAZI
NELSPRUIT
MATSULU
KAAPMUIDEN
2013 am commuter passengers (estimated)
Route Origin
LH 001
LH 002
LH 003
LH 004
LH 005
LH 006
LH 007
LH 008
Swalala/Masoyi
Swalala/Masoyi
Kabokweni
Kabokweni
Lehawu
Lekazi
Matsulu
Barberton
Route Am peak Total per Total per
Destination length
bus
day
day MBTs'
(kms) passengers (BUSCOR) caluclated
TOTAL
(Bus &
MBT)
Nelspruit
White River
Nelspruit
White river
Nelspruit
Nelspruit
Nelspruit
Nelspruit
Total
14942
17847
18651
19487
40279
33226
18337
1638
164407
41
19
29
15
24
23
40
44
235
6184
7569
7970
8328
17213
14199
7836
700
69300
12369
15137
15941
16655
34427
28399
15673
1400
140000
2573
2710
2710
2831
5853
4828
2664
238
24407
2013 estimates not based on/or verified by the CPTR, as this
information has not be availed to the project team
2013 Passengers per peak hour
Bus
MBT
Route
passengers passengers
Route Origin
Destination length
for am
for am
(kms)
peak hour peak hour
LH 001 Swalala/Masoyi Nelspruit
41
3711
631
LH 002 Swalala/Masoyi White River
19
4541
772
LH 003 Kabokweni
Nelspruit
29
4782
813
LH 004 Kabokweni
White river
15
4997
849
LH 005 Lehawu
Nelspruit
24
10328
1756
LH 006 Lekazi
Nelspruit
23
8520
1448
LH 007 Matsulu
Nelspruit
40
4702
799
LH 008 Barberton
Nelspruit
44
420
71
Total
235
42000
7140
TOTAL
passenger
per peak
hour
4341
5313
5595
5846
12084
9968
5501
491
49140
Assumptions: Morning commuter peak over 2 hours, with 60% in peak hour (7am)
interchange turn-over rate rates 15 minutes per bay pet bus
Feeder routes
Area
origin
Feeder A
Feeder B
Feeder C
Feeder D
Feeder E
Feeder F
Swalala/Masoyi
Kabokweni
Lehawu
Lekazi
Matsulu
Barberton
Total
Ave
route
length
(kms)
17
15
4
8
3
15
62
Am peak
passengers
at tranfer
ranks
13998
16075
10426
6698
7836
700
69300
Feeder
services
Walk in
11199
12860
8341
5358
6269
560
44587
2800
3215
2085
1340
1567
140
11147
Key assumptions:
• Average speed 25kms/h; Interchange turn-over rates, Bus 15min &
MBT 5 min Headways in peak: Busses 5-10 min; Midi MBTs 2-5 min
Provisional estimated vehicle
requirements
Route Origin
LH 001
LH 002
LH 003
LH 004
LH 005
LH 006
LH 007
LH 008
Swalala/Masoyi
Swalala/Masoyi
Kabokweni
Kabokweni
Lehawu
Lekazi
Matsulu
Barberton
Articulate Small
Destination d busses busses
114/138) (48)
Nelspruit
White River
Nelspruit
White river
Nelspruit
Nelspruit
Nelspruit
Nelspruit
Total
20
24
25
26
54
45
25
2
221
6
7
8
8
17
14
8
1
68
Midi/MBT
busses
(16/24)
10
12
13
14
28
23
13
1
115
Feeder route vehicle requirements
Midi bus
Small bus Small bus & MBT Midi/MBT
Area
origin
(94) trips
nos.
(ave) 18
nos.
trips
Feeder A Swalala/Masoyi
71
24
249
62
Feeder B Kabokweni
82
27
286
71
Feeder C Lehawu
53
18
185
46
Feeder D Lekazi
34
11
119
30
Feeder E Matsulu
40
13
139
35
Feeder F Barberton
0
0
31
8
Total
281
94
1009
252
Existing
Bus (art)
Existing
Taxi
Proposed
Art. bus
Proposed
small, midi bus
Uni-directional routes
206
54
24
106
Pass-km per peak hr
1 100 000
200 000
1 000 000
300 000
30% < 1/hr
-
100% > 10/hr
3 to 35/hr
1st wait time average
8.2 min
-
-
< 5 min
Transfer wait time
average
6.0 min
-
5.0 min
-
20%
-
0%
0%
Bus frequency
Standees
Average in
Vehicle Time
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
50
40
30
20
10
0
Walk
Total
Wait
1st Wait
Connection
Per Xfer
Passenger-km (pk-hr)
Pass-km x 1000
60
Minutes
Minutes
Average Connection Time
Trip
1,400,000
1,200,000
1,000,000
800,000
600,000
400,000
200,000
0
Total
Taxi
Mode
Bus
BUS PASSENGERS
V.
HEADWAYS
Thousand Passengers
14000
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
2000
0
60
30
20
15
12
10
5 - 10
3-5
Minutes Headw ay
2-3
<2
Existing
Planned
Thousand Passengers
TAXI PASSENGERS
V.
HEADWAYS
10000
9000
8000
7000
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
60
30
20
15
12
10
5 - 10
Minutes Headw ay
3-5
2-3
<2
Existing
Planned
R536
R536
Transfer Ranks (Residential)
4 corridor
contracts
(line-haul)
HAZYVIEW
Business Node Rank
Line-haul Routes
Swalala
feeders
(Northern)
Feeder Routes
PT Priority Routes
4 Feeder
area
contracts
SWALALA
R538
Kabokweni
feeders
(Central)
WHITE RIVER
KABOKWENI
D2689
ROCKY DRIFT
Residential
distribution
RIVERSIDE
LEHAWU
R40
3
72
D1
D2296
KANYAMAZANE
Barberton
NELSPRUIT
corridor
(Western)
1 residential
distribution
contract,
incl. CBD
N4
LEKAZI
Lekazi/Matsulu
feeders
(Southern)
MATSULU
19
KAAPMUIDEN
Step 1
• Confirm status quo and future public transport requirements
Step 2
• Bilateral consultations with and between spheres of government
Step 3
• Establish and convene Intergovernmental Forum
Step 4
• Conduct “Section 78” type investigation (to extent required)
Step 5
• Consider institutional options (evaluate against agreed criteria)
Step 6
• Agreement on structures and assignment of functions
Step 7
• Implementation of structures and assigned functions
Dependant on effective MPG participation

Process been frustrated by non-participation
of MPG:
◦ Drafted MoU incorporating MPG comments signed
off by Municipal Manager awaiting signature of
HOD of MPG Dept of Transport
◦ Drafted Inter governmental agreement prepared
for discussion and acceptance by proposed Inter
governmental Forum as soon as MoU signed
◦ Tabled working document to MPG on proposed
institutional structures and responsibilities
developed for further discussion between parties
◦ Obtained legal opinion of Ministerial Intervention
“Letter of ministerial Intervention in terms of
NLTA”
Development of transport entity being
pursued regardless of MPG participation

IPTN unit and organisational development:
◦ Establish functional IPTN Unit (Entity)
 Establish division (IPTN unit) under PMU within municipality
 Develop detailed organisational design, grading and job
descriptions
 Develop resourcing plan, with consideration for existing
capacities

Mobilisation and contracting:
◦ Recruitment:
 Advertising of posts
 Evaluation and selection
◦ Employment:
 Appointment and contracting
 Induction, and training
 Deployment
IPTN Unit within MLM, precursor to formation
of a ring-fenced Municipal Entity
Tasks
Sub tasks
Timing
Planning
•Conceptual model
•Agreement on entity type
•Functional resourcing model
•Transitional arrangements
•Organisational design
•Job descriptions & grading
•Existing capacity & resourcing
Jan 2013
Oct 2013
Sept 2013
Sept 2013
Oct 2013
Oct 2013
Nov 2013
Mobilisation
•Migration process (existing staff)
Nov 2013
•Advertising, recruitment & selection Jan 2013
Implementation
•Employment contracts
•Induction & training
•Deployment of staff
Feb 2013
March 2013
April 2013
General
Manager
Risk
management
Industry
transition
Communication /
Public Relations
Office
support
Business
development
Facilities
development
Operations
Administration
Industry
development
Stakeholder
communication
Institutional
development
Route
(upgrades)
Fleet services
Human
Resources
Capacity
building
Public
awareness
IRT
technology
Depots &
hubs
IT Systems
(control centre)
Finance
Operational
planning
Interchanges
& stations
Facility
management
General
Admin.
Business
planning
Signals &
signage
Client
services
Training &
mentoring
Marketing
Promotion
Call Centre
This function ideally to be
ring-fenced from the
core project to ensure
no conflict of interest
Contracting
These functions could be outsourced
Information
Technology
General
Manager
Risk
management
Communication /
Client Services
Operations
Office
support
Finance
IT Systems
Administration
Client
liaison
Fleet services
(Operator)
Grant
compliance
Fare
management
Human
Resources
Public
relations
Facility
operations
Budgeting &
monitoring
Scheduling
& monitoring
General
Admin.
Risk
management
Procurement
& payments
Ticketing &
collections
Finance
Monitoring &
inspections
Asset
management
Business
support
Marketing
Promotion
Call Centre
Contracts
Control center
These functions could
be outsourced
Entity functional requirements:
Core contract management function
General manager (TMU)
Secretary /PA
Reception & switchboard
Contract management:
 Contract manager(s);
 Assistants
 Monitors
Resourcing
requirement
1
1
1
2
2
(5)
Total
7 (12)
Resourcing capacity required to manage and
monitor public transport contracting function
Entity functional requirements:
Supportive functions
Client services:
 Public relations officer
Industry transition
Business development
Infrastructure development
General administration
 General clerk
Resourcing
requirement
1
1
1
2
Total
1
6
Resourcing required for the support,
business development and industry
transitional functions
Programme
DETAILS (RAND ‘000, OR %,
OR OTHER
PTISG funds received in 2012/2013
R 98 703 000,00
Expenditure to date up to 30 June 2013
R54 494 887.91
Balance of funds at 30 June 2013
R 44 208 112,09
% of 2012-13 Grant spent up to 30 June 2013
55%
Rollover request for 2012/13 (i.e. transferred
funds that have not been spent)
R44 208 112.09
Reasons for under-expenditure
Late confirmation of allocated
funds delayed contract
appointments
Actions to ameliorate under-spending
R 44 208 112,09 roll-over
amount will be spent on the 1st
& 2nd quarter of 2013/14
Project
Project Value
Planned Expenditure (2013/14)
PTAP Planning
R 36 350 040.00
R 12 754 790.59
R40 Northern Section
R
59 000 000.00
R 37 189 903.47
R40 Central Section
R
34 000 000.00
R 19 635 128.66
R40 Southern Section
R
53 500 000.00
R 52 255 419.08
Nelspruit PT Rank
R
54 000 000.00
R 39 684 895.61
Central PT Priority Lanes
R
55 000 000.00
R
4 283 891.14
Rocky Drift
R
10 000 000.00
R
9 955 702.63
Kanyamazane
R 43 499 550.00
R
3 343 513.78
Matsulu
R 27 475 995.00
R
2 191 362.95
Total
R372 825 585.00
R 181 294 607.90

Late approval of infrastructure spend:

Impasse with Mpumalanga Provincial Government
◦ Permission to spend allocation on infrastructure in November
2012
◦ Inability to conclude the Memorandum of Understanding
 No structure and/or protocol for engagement
◦ Retarding progressing of institutional arrangements:
 Inability to attain agreement on the conceptual functional
structures
 Not providing access to information critical to enable the
development of an organisational structure and developing the
staff migration plan
◦ Inability to complete the due diligence process and gain access
to base information:
 Not providing access to existing public transport service
providers
 Not providing access to the detailed transport record,
contracting information and costing information

Addressing impasse with MPG:
◦ Continued efforts to solicit participation:
 Endeavours to conclude MoU
 Agreement to participation on joint PTIS team
 Appeals to NDoT for continued support

Prioritising key work elements:
◦ Establishment of a transport unit within MLM
◦ Continued prioritisation of key infrastructure
projects
◦ Activation of communication activity
Progressing regardless with planning and
formation of a transport unit
Outcomes, milestones and targets achieved
Plans:1. Due diligence (update)
2. Business Plan
3. Operational Plan
4. Communications Plan
5. Industry Transition Planning
6. Institutional Plan
7. Operating System
8. Consolidated Financial Plan
9. ITS (Concept)
10. Infrastructure Planning
11. NMT Integrated Plan
12. Contractual Arrangements
13. Universal Access Plan
65%
90%
80%
80%
25%
60%
40%
75%
60%
60%
55%
10%
75%
R40 Northern Section
 R37 to Nels River
 Designs completed and contractor on
site
 Length - 2,3km
 Estimated Project Value – R59,0m
(Incl. VAT)
 Expenditure to June 2013 – R21,2m
 Committed Expenditure 2013/14 –
R37m
 Project period: 8 month contract from
March 2013
Nels
River
Future
University
Precinct
Programme
R37
R40 Central Section:
 R37 to Geelhout Street
 Designs have been completed
 Length - 4.3km
 Contractor appointment
underway
 Estimated Project Value – R34m
 Expenditure to June 2013 –
R0,0m
 Planned Expenditure 2013/14 –
R 20m
Programme
Future
University
Precinct
Phase
1A
Phase
1B
Future
ICC
Precinct
R40 Southern Section
• Geelhout Street to TUT
• Designs completed
• Contractor appointment is underway
• Length – 2,9km
• Estimated Project Value –
R 53,5m
• Expenditure to June 2013 –
R 1.3m
• Estimated Expenditure 2013/14 –
R52m
Geelhout
Str
Programme
TUT
Nelspruit PT Rank
• Land Acquisition –
R8.0 m
• Designs completed
• Contractor
appointment
underway
• Estimated Project
Value – R54.0 m
• Expenditure to June
2013 – R7.9m
• Committed
Expenditure 2013/14
– R40m
• Project period - 10
months
Programme
CBD Intersections / PT
Priority Lanes
• Consultants in the process
of being appointed to
prepare detailed designs
• Estimated Project Value –
R 55.0m
• Expenditure to June 2013
– R 0m
• Committed Expenditure –
R 4.0m
• Designs to be finalized Jan
Programme
2014
• Implementation to
commence June 2015
R 40 Stations: Rocky
Drift
• Designs completed
• Contract for
implementation in the
process of being
awarded
• Estimated Project
Value – R10m
• Expenditure to June
2013 – R139 121.72
• Committed
Expenditure 2013/14 –
R9.9m
• Implementation to
commence in Oct 2013
Programme
• Contract period
4 months
Measure
Detail
Progress
1234
1 Universal Design
Access Plan
(UDAP)
Development of an NDoT approved plan for the
municipality, for the current project phase
2 Appointment of
an access
consultant
Appointment of a suitably qualified access
consultant
3 Conforming to
national
legislation
•
•
•
NLTA 2009
Building Regulations 2008
Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair
Discrimination Act 2000
1234
4 Conforming with
PTIS grant
conditions
Production or update of the approved UDAP and
meeting minimum standards of Part S of the
Building Regulations in all infrastructure elements
1234
5 Conforming with
the PTIS grant
guidelines
The requirements provided in the PTIS grant
guidelines have been met
1234
1234
Complete the progress box in the following way: 0) Not achieved, 1) partially
achieved, 2) halfway, 3) nearly achieved, 4) completely achieved
Eastern residential
feeder ranks
• Kanyamazane
• Consultants to be
appointed in this
financial year to
prepare detailed
designs
• Project
implementation is
planned for the next
financial year
• Estimated Project
Value –
R43,5m
• Planned expenditure
for 2013/2014 - R4m
Eastern residential
feeder ranks
• Matsulu
• Consultants to be
appointed in this
financial year to
prepare detailed
designs
• Project implementation
is planned for the next
financial year
• Estimated Project
Value –
R27,5m
• Planned expenditure
for 2013/2014 –
R2,1m
Task Nam e
Mbom bela Local Municiplity PTIS
PTAP Planning Stream s
Infrastucture Projects
Priority Routes R 40: from R 37 to Geelhout Street
R40: North Widening R 37 to Nels River
R 40: Central Section Variable m essage gantries, CCTV,
Signage,Pedestrian Safety & Laybyes
R 40: South Section: w idening TUT to Geelhout Street
R 40 HOV Nels River to Rocky Drift Phase 2
R 40 Hov Rocky Drift to White River Phase 3
CBD Intersection/PT Priority Lanes
D 2296 Intersection Priority Routing
PT Feeder (Residential) Routes Upgrading Im plem entation- By
Section (21km )
Footpaths on PT feeder routes ERC
Ranks
Residential Feeder-line haul transfer ranks
Sw alala
Kabokw eni
Lehaw u
Kanyam azane
Matsulu
Business Cetres Ranks
White River
Riverside PT Station
Rocky Drift PT Station
Bosch Street PT Station
TUT PT Station
Rob Ferreira Hospital PT Station
Hazyview
Nelspruit Public Transport Rank
Upgrade of exist surface to HD Pavem ent and roof
Phase 1 Laybyes
ITS (Operating system s)
Im plem entation
Universal accessability-Retro fit to existing facilities
Buscor Lease
Buscor
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
R 181 294 607.91 R 312 856 667.72 R 265 291 851.55 R 114 903 000.58 R 195 842 201.59
R 12 754 790.59
R 168 539 817.32
R 109 080 451.21
R 37 189 903.47
R 0.00
R 914 793.30
R 9 724 951.54
R 9 690 346.17
R 49 794 264.33 R 255 566 900.01 R 113 988 207.28 R 195 842 201.59
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 13 909 371.33
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 19 635 128.66
R 52 255 419.08
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 4 283 891.14
R 0.00
R 13 909 371.33
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 293 891.14
R 203 755.53
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 1 815 799.15
R 9 874 028.59
R 45 329 012.73
R 16 262 460.81
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 28 314 291.55
R 67 778 847.88
R 4 585 204.95
R 37 964 892.46
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 83 638 268.28
R 33 782 123.53
R 0.00
R 288 891.22
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 55 175 474.97
R 5 534 876.73
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 3 343 513.78
R 2 191 362.95
R 49 640 598.24
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 9 955 702.63
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 39 684 895.61
R 39 684 895.61
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 35 387 246.33 R 193 975 426.47
R 10 238 227.68 R 156 369 863.95
R 2 745 704.06 R 32 646 107.04
R 3 611 788.44 R 34 943 560.21
R 2 973 055.44 R 25 205 672.13
R 541 847.87 R 39 030 352.43
R 365 831.87 R 24 544 172.14
R 25 149 018.65 R 37 605 562.52
R 56 149.52 R 11 566 920.49
R 9 549 381.64
R 539 618.38
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 3 823 519.85
R 0.00
R 1 640 821.22
R 0.00
R 1 554 001.16
R 0.00
R 11 198 004.13
R 0.00
R 6 336 904.39
R 0.00
R 6 336 904.39
R 11 417 775.41
R 2 698 330.04
R 57 322 004.41
R 29 174 305.58
R 4 983 568.88
R 10 297 641.35
R 12 934 631.42
R 583 835.90
R 374 628.03
R 28 147 698.83
R 724 159.21
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 71 976 785.29
R 6 146 332.48
R 9 800.79
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 233 982 720.00
R 233 982 720.00
R 15 586 909.09
R 3 802 428.13
R 9 800.79
R 9 800.79
TOTAL PROJECT CASH FLOW (JULY 2013)
FINANCIAL YEAR - 2013
Name of Municipality:
Mbombela Local Municipality
Area
Expenditure item
Planning costs
Project Management
R 6 845 641.05
R 5 015 502.36
R 5 790 114.74
Operations Plan (including UDAP)
R 2 107 379.64
R 2 107 379.64
R 2 114 953.85
Business Plan
R 2 004 150.12
R 2 004 150.12
R 2 011 828.86
R 738 295.02
R 738 295.02
R 741 123.74
R 22 041 138.95
R 16 311 799.61
R 19 112 425.41
Communications and Marketing Plan
Preliminary and Detailed Infrastructure
Design
Monitoring & Evaluation
Equipment costs
R 839 684.59
R 932 585.86
R 935 685.54
Trunk vehicles
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Complementary Vehicles
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Feeder Vehicles
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Fare systems equipment
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
ITS equipment
R 0.00 R 233 982 720.00
R 0.00
Other (Universal access)
Roadway civil works
Top structures for stations / stops
Infrastructure costs
Infrastructure maintenance costs
Transitional costs
TOTAL
2015
2014
2013
R 0.00
R 15 586 909.09
R 0.00
R 101 118 815.17
R 13 704 818.58
R 58 416 588.55
R 45 599 503.37
R 11 351 279.31 R 145 884 158.60
R 0.00
Depots
R 0.00
R 0.00
Control Centre
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Land and property acquisition
R 0.00
R 7 318 800.00
R 41 974 800.00
Other (Lease agreement)
R 0.00
R 3 802 428.13
R 0.00
Infrastructure maintanance
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Other (specify)
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Industry compensation
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Other (specify)
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 181 294 607.91 R 312 856 667.72 R 265 291 851.55
Task Nam e
Mbom bela Local Municiplity PTIS
PTAP Planning Stream s
Infrastucture Projects
Priority Routes R 40: from R 37 to Geelhout Street
R40: North Widening R 37 to Nels River
R 40: Central Section Variable m essage gantries, CCTV,
Signage,Pedestrian Safety & Laybyes
R 40: South Section: w idening TUT to Geelhout Street
R 40 HOV Nels River to Rocky Drift Phase 2
R 40 Hov Rocky Drift to White River Phase 3
CBD Intersection/PT Priority Lanes
D 2296 Intersection Priority Routing
PT Feeder (Residential) Routes Upgrading Im plem entation- By
Section (21km )
Footpaths on PT feeder routes ERC
Ranks
Residential Feeder-line haul transfer ranks
Sw alala
Kabokw eni
Lehaw u
Kanyam azane
Matsulu
Business Cetres Ranks
White River
Riverside PT Station
Rocky Drift PT Station
Bosch Street PT Station
TUT PT Station
Rob Ferreira Hospital PT Station
Hazyview
Nelspruit Public Transport Rank
Upgrade of exist surface to HD Pavem ent and roof
Phase 1 Laybyes
ITS (Operating system s)
Im plem entation
Universal accessability-Retro fit to existing facilities
Buscor Lease
Buscor
Q1 2013
Q2 2013
Q3 2013
Q4 2013
2013
R 40 582 613.36 R 51 132 697.83 R 42 668 805.71 R 46 910 491.01 R 181 294 607.91
R 3 156 103.65 R 3 249 004.92 R 3 150 550.23 R 3 199 131.79 R 12 754 790.59
R 37 426 509.71 R 47 883 692.91 R 39 518 255.48 R 43 711 359.22 R 168 539 817.32
R 29 566 833.58 R 32 967 929.30 R 18 905 509.47 R 27 640 178.86 R 109 080 451.21
R 20 468 720.22 R 16 721 183.25
R 0.00
R 0.00 R 37 189 903.47
R 1 187 903.29 R 1 159 170.15 R 4 275 132.85 R 13 012 922.37
R 7 910 210.07 R 15 087 575.90 R 14 630 376.62 R 14 627 256.49
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 1 773 011.06 R 1 773 011.06
R 664 677.74
R 73 191.28
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 19 635 128.66
R 52 255 419.08
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 4 283 891.14
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 6 086 665.07 R 13 142 752.55 R 19 948 068.27
R 0.00 R 1 576 225.94 R 2 401 868.09
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 952 353.96 R 1 451 206.03
R 0.00
R 623 871.98
R 950 662.06
R 6 086 665.07 R 11 566 526.61 R 17 546 200.18
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 3 125 443.03 R 3 474 115.71 R 3 339 848.47
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 2 961 222.04 R 8 092 410.90 R 14 206 351.71
R 2 961 222.04 R 8 092 410.90 R 14 206 351.71
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 55 175 474.97
R 5 534 876.73
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 3 343 513.78
R 2 191 362.95
R 49 640 598.24
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 9 955 702.63
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 39 684 895.61
R 39 684 895.61
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 15 997 989.08
R 1 556 782.70
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 939 953.79
R 616 828.91
R 14 441 206.38
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 16 295.42
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 14 424 910.96
R 14 424 910.96
TOTAL PROJECT CASH FLOW (JULY 2013)
FINANCIAL YEAR - 2013
Name of Municipality:
Mbombela Local Municipality
Area
Expenditure item
Project Management
Planning costs
PTI Grant
R 1 749 478.00 R 1 906 133.62 R 1 594 985.08
Total
R 1 595 044.35
R 6 845 641.05
R 524 826.35
R 2 107 379.64
Business Plan
R 506 796.58
R 506 796.58
R 491 439.11
R 499 117.85
R 2 004 150.12
Communications and Marketing Plan
R 186 695.29
R 186 695.29
R 181 037.86
R 183 866.58
R 738 295.02
R 10 058 740.41 R 5 431 858.61 R 3 986 690.16
R 2 563 849.77
R 22 041 138.95
R 142 925.04
R 235 826.31
R 228 680.06
R 232 253.18
R 839 684.59
Trunk vehicles
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Complementary Vehicles
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Feeder Vehicles
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Fare systems equipment
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
ITS equipment
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Other (specify)
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 24 689 528.12 R 30 992 620.36 R 18 351 648.65
R 2 715 549.32 R 11 339 866.46 R 17 317 572.70
R 27 085 018.04 R 101 118 815.17
R 14 226 514.89
R 45 599 503.37
Depots
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Control Centre
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Land and property acquisition
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Other (specify)
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Infrastructure maintanance
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Other (specify)
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Industry compensation
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Other (specify)
TOTAL
4th Quarter
PTI Grant
R 516 752.09
Top structures for stations / stops
Transitional costs
3rd Quarter
PTI Grant
R 532 900.60
Roadway civil works
Infrastructure maintenance costs
2nd Quarter
PTI Grant
R 532 900.60
Monitoring & Evaluation
Infrastructure costs
1st Quarter
Operations Plan (including UDAP)
Preliminary and Detailed Infrastructure
Design
Equipment costs
2013 (July-Sep) 2013 (Oct-Dec) 2014 (Jan-Mar) 2014 (Apr-June)
R 40 582 613.36 R 51 132 697.83 R 42 668 805.71
R 46 910 491.01 R 181 294 607.91
Task Nam e
Mbom bela Local Municiplity PTIS
PTAP Planning Stream s
Infrastucture Projects
Priority Routes R 40: from R 37 to Geelhout Street
R40: North Widening R 37 to Nels River
R 40: Central Section Variable m essage gantries, CCTV,
Signage,Pedestrian Safety & Laybyes
R 40: South Section: w idening TUT to Geelhout Street
R 40 HOV Nels River to Rocky Drift Phase 2
D 2296 Intersection Priority Routing
PT Feeder (Residential) Routes Upgrading Im plem entation- By
Section (21km )
Footpaths on PT feeder routes ERC
Ranks
Residential Feeder-line haul transfer ranks
Sw alala
Kabokw eni
Lehaw u
Kanyam azane
Matsulu
Business Cetres Ranks
White River
Riverside PT Station
Rocky Drift PT Station
Bosch Street PT Station
TUT PT Station
Rob Ferreira Hospital PT Station
Hazyview
Nelspruit Public Transport Rank
Upgrade of exist surface to HD Pavem ent and roof
Phase 1 Laybyes
ITS (Operating system s)
Im plem entation
Universal accessability-Retro fit to existing facilities
Buscor Lease
Buscor
Q1 2014
R 23 169 825.32
R 2 450 432.36
R 19 757 859.41
R 13 213 121.18
R 0.00
2014
Q4 2014
Q3 2014
Q2 2014
R 9 819 311.66 R 96 149 545.77 R 183 717 984.97 R 312 856 667.72
R 9 690 346.17
R 2 413 304.61
R 2 450 432.36 R 2 376 176.84
R 1 710 664.95 R 6 576 970.66 R 21 748 769.31 R 49 794 264.33
R 0.00 R 13 909 371.33
R 0.00
R 696 250.15
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 13 213 121.18
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 696 250.15
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 203 755.53
R 13 909 371.33
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 203 755.53
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 6 470 420.93
R 229 528.21
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 137 019.00
R 92 509.21
R 6 240 892.72
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 940 097.50
R 774 377.72
R 160 333.08
R 210 907.35
R 173 609.08
R 137 019.00
R 92 509.21
R 165 719.78
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 6 504 905.40
R 4 581 368.92
R 1 282 664.67
R 1 687 258.83
R 1 388 872.61
R 132 866.91
R 89 705.90
R 1 923 536.48
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 6 240 892.72
R 6 240 892.72
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 34 334.86
R 17 696.93
R 17 676.32
R 0.00
R 96 011.67
R 96 011.67
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 503 797.72
R 516 453.62
R 515 783.83
R 387 501.31
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 21 471 822.50
R 4 652 952.83
R 1 302 706.31
R 1 713 622.26
R 1 410 573.75
R 134 942.96
R 91 107.55
R 16 818 869.67
R 56 149.52
R 539 618.38
R 0.00
R 3 285 387.27
R 1 106 670.67
R 1 020 541.01
R 10 810 502.82
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 35 387 246.33
R 10 238 227.68
R 2 745 704.06
R 3 611 788.44
R 2 973 055.44
R 541 847.87
R 365 831.87
R 25 149 018.65
R 56 149.52
R 539 618.38
R 0.00
R 3 823 519.85
R 1 640 821.22
R 1 554 001.16
R 11 198 004.13
R 6 336 904.39
R 6 336 904.39
R 961 533.55
R 80 860 342.50 R 153 122 377.50 R 233 982 720.00
R 80 860 342.50 R 153 122 377.50 R 233 982 720.00
R 5 472 000.00 R 15 586 909.09
R 4 725 818.18 R 5 389 090.91
R 3 802 428.13
R 961 533.55
R 946 964.86
R 932 396.17
TOTAL PROJECT CASH FLOW (JULY 2013)
FINANCIAL YEAR - 2014
Name of Municipality:
Mbombela Local Municipality
Area
Expenditure item
Project Management
Planning costs
Equipment costs
1st Quarter
2nd Quarter
3rd Quarter
4th Quarter
PTI Grant
PTI Grant
PTI Grant
PTI Grant
Total
R 1 074 781.65
R 1 272 586.53
R 1 522 938.63
R 5 015 502.36
R 532 900.60
R 516 752.09
R 524 826.35
R 2 107 379.64
Business Plan
R 506 796.58
R 506 796.58
R 491 439.11
R 499 117.85
R 2 004 150.12
Communications and Marketing Plan
Preliminary and Detailed Infrastructure
Design
Monitoring & Evaluation
R 186 695.29
R 186 695.29
R 181 037.86
R 183 866.58
R 738 295.02
R 454 171.79
R 1 023 487.30
R 6 262 651.85
R 8 571 488.67
R 16 311 799.61
R 235 826.31
R 235 826.31
R 228 680.06
R 232 253.18
R 932 585.86
Trunk vehicles
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Complementary Vehicles
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Feeder Vehicles
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Fare systems equipment
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
ITS equipment
R 0.00
R 0.00
Other (Universal access)
R 0.00
R 4 725 818.18
R 5 389 090.91
R 13 104 209.00
R 600 609.58
R 6 042 496.65
R 0.00
Depots
R 0.00
Control Centre
R 0.00
R 80 860 342.50 R 153 122 377.50 R 233 982 720.00
R 5 472 000.00
R 15 586 909.09
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 13 704 818.58
R 0.00
R 5 308 782.66
R 11 351 279.31
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 7 318 800.00
R 7 318 800.00
R 961 533.55
R 932 396.17
R 946 964.86
R 961 533.55
R 3 802 428.13
Infrastructure maintanance
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Other (specify)
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Industry compensation
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
Other (specify)
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 0.00
R 23 169 825.32
R 9 819 311.66
Other (Lease agreement)
TOTAL
2014
R 532 900.60
Land and property acquisition
Transitional costs
2014
R 1 145 195.55
Top structures for stations / stops
Infrastructure maintenance costs
2014
Operations Plan (including UDAP)
Roadway civil works
Infrastructure costs
2014
R 96 149 545.77 R 183 717 984.97 R 312 856 667.72
Task Nam e
Mbom bela Local Municiplity PTIS
PTAP Planning Stream s
Infrastucture Projects
Priority Routes R 40: from R 37 to Geelhout Street
R40: North Widening R 37 to Nels River
R 40: Central Section Variable m essage gantries, CCTV, Signage,Pedestrian Safety & Laybyes
Total Cost Incl VAT
R 1 578 267 353.19
R 36 350 040.00
R 1 114 134 593.19
R 146 101 997.19
R 59 000 000.00
R 33 544 500.00
R 40: South Section: w idening TUT to Geelhout Street
R 40 HOV Nels River to Rocky Drift Phase 2
R 40 Hov Rocky Drift to White River Phase 3
CBD Intersection/PT Priority Lanes
D 2296 Intersection Priority Routing
R 53 557 497.19
R 183 921 900.00
R 111 435 000.00
R 54 492 000.00
R 54 720 000.00
PT Feeder (Residential) Routes Upgrading Im plem entation- By Section (21km )
R 145 008 000.00
Footpaths on PT feeder routes ERC
Ranks
Residential Feeder-line haul transfer ranks
Sw alala
Kabokw eni
Lehaw u
Kanyam azane
Matsulu
Business Cetres Ranks
White River
Riverside PT Station
Rocky Drift PT Station
Bosch Street PT Station
TUT PT Station
Rob Ferreira Hospital PT Station
Hazyview
Nelspruit Public Transport Rank
Land Purchase
Upgrade of exist surface to HD Pavem ent and roof
Phase 1 Laybyes
ITS (Operating system s)
Im plem entation
Universal accessability-Retro fit to existing facilities
Buscor Lease
Buscor
R 20 007 000.00
R 398 448 696.00
R 201 317 274.00
R 40 375 380.00
R 48 852 990.00
R 41 113 359.00
R 43 499 550.00
R 27 475 995.00
R 197 131 422.00
R 56 269 830.00
R 10 089 000.00
R 10 084 098.00
R 10 084 098.00
R 10 084 098.00
R 10 084 098.00
R 36 434 400.00
R 54 001 800.00
R 7 980 000.00
R 46 021 800.00
R 0.00
R 233 982 720.00
R 233 982 720.00
R 22 800 000.00
R 22 800 000.00
R 148 200 000.00
2013/2014
Milestone
Q1
Nelspruit PT Rank – contract awarded
Q2
Kanyamazane & Matsulu residential ranks Design & procurement commences
Q3
Rocky Drift PT Station - construction completed
Q3
CBD Intersection /PT Priority Lanes – designs
completed
Q4
Nelspruit PT Rank – construction completed
Mbombela Local Municipality
Year: 2013/14
Status of Plans
Month
START OF YEAR
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
END OF YEAR
Operational
Business
Finance
Industry
Transition
Operating
Contracts
Preliminary
Designs
Detailed
Designs
80%
80%
80%
85%
85%
90%
100%
95%
100%
% complete at start of municipal financial year
90%
75%
25%
10%
90%
75%
25%
10%
90%
75%
25%
10%
95%
80%
35%
20%
95%
80%
35%
20%
95%
80%
35%
70%
100%
100%
100%
80%
100%
90%
100%
100%
60%
60%
60%
70%
70%
70%
75%
90%
100%
60%
60%
60%
70%
70%
70%
75%
90%
100%
100%
Planned % complete at end of municipal financial year
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%

Governance and stakeholder engagement:

Business and operational planning:
◦ Concluding MoU between MLM and MPG
◦ Establishing Committee structures
◦ Establishing Inter-Governmental Forum (IGF)
◦ Finalise business, operational and financial plans
 Complete demand modelling update, with updated transport
record
 Institutional framework, structure and plan, with transport
entity
 Migration plan (if MPG participate)
 Revise financial plan, with updated subsidy and cost
information
◦ Finalise ITS requirements and activate tender process
◦ Implement communications strategy and plan
◦ Continue with universal access planning and
implementation

Formation of transport entity:

ITS establishment:

Fleet mobilisation:

Infrastructure:
◦ Establish and resource transport unity within MLM
◦ Finalise requirements and specifications
◦ Draw up tender documents
◦ Undertake tender process
◦ Commence formal engagement with industry
◦ Initiate business transformation process
◦ Due diligence and negotiate contracts
◦ Continue with priority infrastructure projects:





R 40 upgrades
Nelspruit Public Transport Rank
CBD Intersection /priority lanes
Rocky Drift, White River and Hazyview Public Transport Ranks
Ranks in the Eastern residential areas
Status of Plans
Quarter
Operational
Business
Finance
Industry
Transition
Operating
Contracts
Preliminary
Design
Detailed
Design
% complete at start of municipal financial year
START OF YEAR
75%
90%
60%
25%
40%
100%
60%
1st Quarter
100%
100%
70%
30%
40%
60%
2nd Quarter
80%
40%
50%
60%
3rd Quarter
90%
50%
60%
70%
4th Quarter
100%
60%
75%
75%
Planned % complete at end of municipal financial year
END OF YEAR
100%
100%
100%
60%
75%
100%
75%





Security of funding
Inter-governmental cohesion
Taxi industry participation and
compensation
Self-sustainability and subsidy regime
Costing and cost escalation
Programme
Risk identified
Mitigation measure
0
UDAP
None
N/A
1
Transport planning
Impasse in engaging MPG
to access information &
solicit participation
Bilateral meetings
Drafted MoU
Escalated to NDoT
2
Operational context
N/A
3
Marketing and
communications
Impasse with MPG delaying
engaging stakeholders
4
Customer care
N/A
5
Fare system
N/A
6
Passenger information
N/A
7
Infrastructure
Progressing without
participation of MPG
Bilateral meetings
Drafted MoU
8
Vehicles
N/A
N/A
Bilateral meetings
Drafted MoU


The public transport challenge in Mbombela
has been evidenced along with the need for
reform
The public transport solution in MLM will differ
significantly from those in the larger Metros
◦ Principally due to 81% of the employment
opportunities being concentrated in the NelspruitWhite River development corridor, while the majority
(87%) of the population are dispersed in dense rural
settlements of the Eastern/Southern Nsikazi corridor.
◦ Unlike the major metros, the focus is on providing an
integrated, affordable, efficient and effective public
transport solution to address the commuter challenge
from outlying communities, rather than focusing on
reducing road congestion through influencing modal
balances, by means of migrating commuters from
private cars to public transport.
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