Exploring South African attitudes towards the proposed new section of N2 between Port Edward & Lusikisiki

OUTPUT TYPE: Research report- client
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2015
TITLE AUTHOR(S): J.Struwig, B.Roberts, M.Ngungu, S.Gordon
KEYWORDS: PUBLIC ATTITUDE, ROAD USE
DEPARTMENT: Democracy, Governance and Service Delivery (DGSD)
Print: HSRC Library: shelf number 9155

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Abstract

The overall aim of the SANRAL attitude survey was to examine attitudes towards the proposed N2 route between Port Edward and Port St Johns. The survey collected information on people's attitudes, beliefs and behaviour patterns in all nine provinces around the building of the new route. Specifically, the SANRAL Survey objectives were to (a) determine knowledge regarding the proposed N2 route between Port Edward and Port St Johns; (b) determine concerns around the proposed N2 route; (c) determine potential benefits around the proposed N2 route; (d) investigate attitudes around corruption and job creation given the proposed development (e) determine if the proposed route will impact travel patterns and enhance quality of life.