Mar 22, 2023

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Catch a train and sort out your car – you can now get your driver’s licence or pay fines at the Gautrain station

The Gauteng government has opened its first driver’s license center at a Gautrain station in Midrand.

The Smart Driving Licensing Testing Center (DLTC) is the first of these Art.

The initiative comes after MEC Jacob Mamabolo last year announced changes in public transport and road infrastructure that will result in Gautrain stations having some of the same Functions as traditional DLTCs will perform.

The License Examination Center at Midrand Gautrain Station offers services such as driver’s license applications and renewals, issuance of provisional driver’s licenses and payment of fines.< /p>

At launch, Mamabolo said the DLTC aims to add additional capacity to meet demand for license renewals.

“The new pilot project DLTC, which geb using alternative construction materials aut is fully off-grid, ensuring customers minimal disruption and fast, convenient service along the Gautrain line.”

The center is part of four new train stations that will be opened by Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport with Gautrain Management Agency (GMA) and Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC). .

What are the opening hours?

The center is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m :00 am Open Monday to Friday and 9 am to 3 pm Saturday and Sunday.

“This state-of-the-art facility gives us the ability to offer licenses and other related services efficiently provide to the people. Working with GMA and RTMC, we delivered this facility in just over two months,” said Mamabolo.

“This additional capacity will make it more convenient for customers to access services. Last year we launched two new smart DLTCs at the Waterfall Estate in the city of Johannesburg and at the Eco Park in the city of Tshwane. These new generation DLTCs are the benchmark we are setting for ourselves as we modernize our facilities across the province.”

How do I pay at the center?


The center offers full online and cashless services as part of the provincial government’s commitment to exploration new technologies and process optimization.

“The center does not accept cash and can serve four people at the same time.”

Drivers can too request a time slot whenever you want, visit the website for directions to the center.

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