The objectives of the programme for 2013/14 are to: . Maintain and preserve the existing roads network, including reducing the kilometres of provincial roads in a poor to very poor condition from 65 966 kilometres in 2010 to 51 000 in 2014 by monitoring rural roads asset management systems and provincial roads grants expenditure performance continually and developing and updating guidelines and standards for roads on an ongoing basis. . Maintain and preserve coal haulage roads through rehabilitating 2 156 kilometres of coal haulage roads by 2014, monitoring the spending and performance by the South African National Roads Agency Limited and the provincial roads departments of Mpumalanga and Gauteng quarterly and engaging with Transnet and Eskom to facilitate the ongoing migration of coal from road to rail. . Support the implementation of the road infrastructure strategic framework by providing grant funding on an ongoing basis and ensuring the use of updated road asset management systems in all provinces by 2013/14, at local government level for the initial 22 district municipalities by 2014/15, and assisting a further 7 district municipalities in 2013/14. . Improve rural access and mobility by assisting 21 district municipalities in developing non-motorised transport infrastructure and facilities, developing plans and guidelines for non-motorised infrastructure design, and monitoring their implementation by 2014. . Support the millennium development goals to reduce accidents and incidents on roads, reducing the 2011 figure of 14 000 people per annum who died on the road by 50 per cent in 2020, by changing drivers' behaviour through reviewing the existing road safety strategy during the MTEF period. 4.5 Programme 5: Civil Aviation The Civil Aviation programme is responsible for regulating and investigating the development of an economically viable air transport industry that is safe, secure, efficient, environmentally friendly and compliant with international standards. It also oversees the aviation public entities. The programme has five sub-programmes: . Aviation Regulation; . Aviation Infrastructure and Industry Development; . Aviation Safety and Security; . Aviation Oversight; and . Aviation Administration Support.