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The objectives of the study are to:
- Gather information on the development of the transport system in South Africa, the key drivers which have shaped the current system, and critical issues and priorities;
- Identify current policy goals and initiatives relating to the transport sector and their possible implications for the sector over the long term (i.e. 20 years);
- Assess the contribution by the transport sector to Greenhouse Gas Emissions;
- Identify possible measures (where appropriate) which can be employed to influence the transport sector in the South African context; and
- Set out scenarios for the transport sector in South Africa in such a way that stakeholders will understand the benefits of mitigation and how this can lead to the enhancement of economic growth opportunities, rather than constraining it.