Gov�t moots one-stop-shop for transport projects

The new policy seeks to integrate all modes of transport so that transportation of goods is seamless PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE
The new policy seeks to integrate all modes of transport so that transportation of goods is seamless PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE

The Ministry of Transport and Communications is in the process of developing an integrated national transport policy that will unify all transport-related projects in the country.

Director of Transport Planning and Policy, Orapeleng Mosigi said the policy is expected to be launched some time next year.

It envisions the establishment of a transport system that is not only safe, secure, reliable, and efficient but also integrated, affordable, and cost-effective.

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