The C-BRTA has been providing efficient services to the cross-border road transport operators for the past 22 years.
Notice - The cut-off time for submission of permit applications is 2pm.
Hotline - Call the anti-corruption hotline on 0800 701 701.
Permit Fee - The Permit Fee Adjustments for 2020 will be effective from 01 April 2020. For more information please visit the Permits section to access the published fee schedule.
Please be informed that due to the impact of COVID-19 and the need to limit the number of employees at our office, the permit office is operating with limited staff who work on a rotational basis. This might affect our turnaround times with delays in processing permit applications.
The C-BRTA appeals to operators to be patient and we do apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Operators will be kept informed of any new developments.
About the C-BRTA
The Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA) exists to improve the cross-border flow of commuters and freight operators who make use of road transport.
Its function as an interstate operations agency is to reduce mobility constraints for road transport operators, in the form of regulating market access and issuing cross-border permits, while facilitating sustainable social and economic development in the Southern African Development Community region.
The C-BRTA is proud to have remained the driving force behind the region’s cross-border business focus for more than 20 years.
The Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA) is calling for calm among motorists and other road users who are travelling along the N1 road between Musina and Zimbabwe.
Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalula joined Stephen Grootes on The Full View to talk about his new job, the unacceptably high road accident rate, as well as the violence directed at truck drivers, particularly on the N3 in KwaZulu-Natal.
Transport Minister, Blade Nzimande, about to release the preliminary report on the 2019 Easter Road Safety Campaign.