National Transport Policy 2001

Passed in 2001
The National Transport Policy aims to develop a reliable, cost effective and sustainable transport system that promotes the economic, social, cultural and tourism development of Nepal. 

The policy established the following strategies: 1) the government shall indicate the limit and scope of work to be done from the central level and take responsibility of transport structure to be constructed from the central level; 2) to strengthen decentralised governance system; 3) to encourage private sector involvement in the expansion and preservation of the transport system. 

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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