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  • Strategic Plan

    Strategic planning in government is underpinned by the Medium Term Strategic Framework (MTSF) which requires institutions to produce and table a strategic plan with a five-year planning horizon. The plan must outline the sequencing of projects and programme implementation and the associated resource implications and other prescribed information.

    The MTSF is in line with the changes in government’s approach to planning, monitoring and evaluation meaning it is geared at achieving government’s key priorities and aligned to its election mandate.

    ‘The Department of Transport has outlined six strategic outcomes to implement its mandate. RTIA's strategy feeds into the Department's outcomes and in particular, contributing to the attainment of a safe and secure transport sector. Furthermore, the policy priority that have guided the development of this strategic plan is the commitment that the country has made towards pro-actively implementing a ground-breaking framework and measures for achieving the targets of the ‘Make Roads Safe' campaign, in line with the ‘Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011 – 2020’.

     

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    PDF File  Strategic Plan 2015-2020
    PDF File  Annual Performance Plan 2018-2019
    PDF File  Employment Equity Plan
    PDF File  RTIA Covid Risk Adjusted Strategy 2020-25
    PDF File  Annual Performance Plan 2017-2018
    PDF File  RTIA Covid Risk Adjusted APP 2020-21
    PDF File  Annual Performance Plan 2019-2020
    PDF File  Annual Performance Plan 2021-2022
    PDF File  Revised Annual Performance Plan 2021-2022

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