Transport and communications

Trafic jam

It is the Ministry of Transport and Communications that has overriding responsibility for issues relating to transport, postal services and telecommunications.

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Investing in transport for the future

“Increased investments in roads and railways; a reduction in the maintenance-lag for the first time in decades; and major investment in coastal administration. The Høyre-Fr.P (Conservative-/ Progress Party) government’s fiscal budget proposals include NOK 54.6bn to transport. This is 14.1% higher than the budget proposed for 2014 by the previous government. But equally important, the sector is now being reorganised to make it more efficient,” says transport minister Ketil Solvik-Olsen about the fiscal budget for 2015.

Air services negotiations with South Korea

Norway, together with Denmark and Sweden, will hold air services negotiations with South Korea 2-3 September 2014.

Air services negotiations with Pakistan

Norway, together with Denmark and Sweden, will hold air services negotiations with Pakistan 30-31 January 2014.

The fourth NEFAB Council meeting held in Oslo

The fourth meeting of the NEFAB Council since the entry into force of the NEFAB State Level Agreement took place in Oslo on 27 November 2013. The Council addressed important issues regarding the further development of the NEFAB cooperation in the years to come, in particular issues related to the European performance scheme for air navigation services.

Extended deadline for invitation to tender for the Værøy-Bodø helicopter route

“No offers were received within deadline on the Værøy-Bodø helicopter route. We are therefore extending the deadline to 10 December,” says the Minister of Transport and Communications, Ketil Solvik-Olsen.

Invtation to tender - regional air services (helicopter) Værøy–Bodø

The Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications invites to an open tender procedure for regional scheduled air services on the helicopter route Værøy – Bodø v.v during the period 1 August 2014 to 31 July 2019.

Invitation to tender: Scheduled regional air services Røros–Oslo v.v. from 1 December 2012

The Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications invites to an open tender procedure for regional scheduled air services on the route Røros-Oslo v.v. from 1December 2012 to 31 March 2016.

Final report - new top level domains of national importance

On behalf of the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications, a working group has considered the need for introducing additional top level domains on the Internet.

White papers

Invitation to participate in auction for allocation of licence for use of third-generation (3G) mobile communications system in Norway

With reference to Storting White Paper No. 32 (2001-2002) and Storting White Paper No. 18 (2002-2003) and pursuant to Sections 6-2 to 6-4 of the Act of 4 July 2003 No. 83 relating to electronic communication (Electronic Communications Act), interested parties are hereby invited to participate in the auction of the licence for use of third-generation (3G) public mobile communications system in Norway. Below follows a description of the auction process / rules for selecting a new licence holder for use of 3G.

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Contact information

Ministry of Transport and Communications

Telephone: +47 22 24 90 90
Fax: 22 24 95 70

Address

Post:
PO Box 8010 Dep
0030 Oslo
Norway

Visiting:
Akersgata 59 (R5),
Oslo
Norway

Contact information

Ministry of Transport and Communications

Telephone: +47 22 24 90 90
Fax: 22 24 95 70

Address

Post:
PO Box 8010 Dep
0030 Oslo
Norway

Visiting:
Akersgata 59 (R5),
Oslo
Norway