We chat to transport economist, Andrew Marsay, about his views on e-Tolling.
e-tolling has been the topic of many heated debates across South Africa and in a country where the economy is struggling; it is understandable that people can become very emotional on the issue, which affects their hard-earned money. Joining us on the couch to give a give a better understanding of what goes on behind the scenes and help us to see the bigger picture is transport economist with more than 3 decades of experience, Andrew Marsay.
Andrew Marsay is a transport economist with 35 years experience in transport infrastructure and economic development. He advises on the various economic policy issues surrounding road, rail and ports developments, as well as advising on public transport developments within their varying national institutional frameworks. After 25 years work in the UK Andrew returned to work in South Africa in 2004, eventually establishing his own transport economics practice in late 2010.