Director General of Transport Alec Moemi has hinted at a gruelling tussle between the Department of Transport and National Treasury over the controversial Gauteng e-tolls system. This comes as the department re-prioritises billions to pay for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project, also known as e-tolls. Moemi presented the department’s revised annual performance plan at a virtual sitting of Parliament’s Transport Committee on Friday. The revised plan and budget cuts came after the tabling of Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s Special Adjustment Budget in June. “The decision is not for this department; it is one for the Cabinet as a whole. We have been having a to-and-fro with the Treasury about this. We have been discussing different permutations, and at the last engagement we were already on scenario 13,” he said.