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KWAZULU-NATAL hosts the sec­ond leg of the 17th an­nual Road Trans­port Leg­is­la­tion Work­shop in Dur­ban to­day (May 26).

Road traf­fic and trans­port leg­is­la­tion con­sul­tant Alta Swanepoel told Wheels the work­shops aim to up­date road users on re­gional and na­tional traf­fic and trans­port laws, pol­icy de­vel­op­ments and draft amend­ments to cur­rent laws af­fect­ing trans­port and traf­fic.

Lo­gis­tics con­sul­tant Max Braun will jux­ta­pose cur­rent and past de­vel­op­ments us­ing his 60 years of lo­gis­tics ex­pe­ri­ence while trans­port eco­nomic and pol­icy con­sul­tant Nick Porée will say where the re­gion is at as re­gards the dream to do away with cus­tom de­lays on cross bor­der routes in south­ern and eastern Africa.

Chief op­er­a­tions of­fi­cer of the Road Traf­fic In­fringe­ment Agency (Aarto) Thabo Ts­holet­sane will speak on max­imis­ing the abil­ity of op­er­a­tors to mea­sure and mon­i­tor driver as­soci­ated risks us­ing Aarto. The first leg took place in Stel­len­bosch on Tues­day last week and the third and fi­nal leg of the work­shops hap­pens in Pre­to­ria on June 7. — WR.

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