Transport and communications
The Ministry of Transport has overall responsibility for the framework conditions for postal activities, for the civil aviation, public roads and rail transport sector, ferry services forming part of the national road system, for coastal management, the marine environment and port and sea transport policy.
National Transport Plan 2018–2029 - English summary
The National Transport Plan 2018–2029 is aimed towards a Norway with increased mobility, decreased transport costs and reduced emissions.
Information for professional drivers: Trucker's guide
Important information that heavy vehicle operators need to know in order to drive safely in Norway.
Latest on transport and communications
- Ukrainian refugees are having their right to drive in Norway expanded Press release 27/01/2023
- Ukrainian refugees are having their right to drive in Norway expanded Press release 19/12/2022
- Norway sending bridges to Ukraine Press release 13/12/2022
- Invitation to tender – scheduled regional air services on the route Røros– Oslo 1 November 2022 – 31 March 2024 Press release 28/04/2022
- Ukrainian refugees will be granted an extension of the right to drive cars in Norway Press release 22/04/2022
- National charging strategy Plans/strategy 24/01/2023
- Solutions for U-864 - the submarine wreck outside Fedje in Vestland Report 13/10/2022
- Operation of scheduled regional air services Røros–Oslo from 1 November 2022 – 31 March 2024 Call for tender 28/04/2022
- NOU 2022: 5 - The Norwegian Government's Management of the Coronavirus Pandemic – Part 2 Norwegian Official Report (NOU) 26/04/2022
- Assessment of Norwegian mobile revenues in a Nordic context – 2022 Report 22/04/2022
Ministry of Transport
Phone: +47 22 24 90 90
Address: Postboks 8010 Dep, 0030 Oslo
Visitor address: Akersgata 59 (R5), Oslo