Ministry of Transport and Communications
“Increased investments in roads and railways; a reduction in the maintenance-lag for the first time in decades; and major investment in coastal administration. 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.
From 1 February 2012, legislative limits were introduced for non-alcohol drugs in Norway. It will be an offence to be over the impairment limits for each drug and drive vehicle, as it is with drink driving.
The government has identified eight areas of priority.One of them is “Building the country”. This focus area isspecifically connected to transport and communications.
The aim of the National Transport Plan is to provide a super ordinate and technical basis on which to make decisions, and shall also ensure an effective use of resources and strengthen the interaction between the various modes of transport.
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