Lobby groups opposed to e-tolling have criticised transport minister Dipuo Peters for saying Gauteng has benefitted economically from e-tolls.
The lobby group says its attempts to get information from government about the future of e-tolling have come to nothing.
While the ANC is strongly opposed to a referendum on e-tolling, it would be the most efficient way of putting this contentious issue to bed.
The alliance will request an urgent meeting with deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa to discuss e-tolling.
The opposition calls for an e-tolling referendum, saying the Gauteng premier has betrayed the province's people by not scrapping the system.
Unless government comes clean about its e-toll shenanigans, it's unlikely the public will buy into the concept, no matter what the format.
Hard politics must be at play for government to hang on to the system, says the alliance.
E-toll non-payers will not be prosecuted while government decides the future form of e-tolling.
The e-toll advisory panel's report has not gone down well with opponents of the system, who say it should be scrapped outright.
The e-toll advisory panel report will be released in Johannesburg today by Gauteng premier David Makhura.
The controversial system went live exactly a year ago today, but critics say it is unlikely to see another anniversary.
While some are already pre-empting the findings of the e-toll review, others call for patience so that the ruling party can save face.