Uzbekistan improves system of road transport management
The document underlined that the country improved transport services. The network of passenger routes has increased 1.4 times, in the republic there are 117 passenger bus stations.
At the same time, the existing potential and reserves for the accelerated development of the sphere of motor transport services are not used to the full. The level of modernization of motor transport facilities does not meet modern requirements, progressive information and communication technologies and intellectual transport systems are not being introduced to the industry, level of export-import of motor transport services remains low, and transit potential is poorly involved.
The document abolished unnecessary duplication procedures between the authorized state authorities in the motor transport industry.
In 2018-2021, it is planned to create 437 new passenger bus routes, construction and reconstruction of 84 units of passenger bus stations. The document said that 3,824 units of heavy vehicles of the national park of local carriers, engaged in international road transport of goods.
Uzbek leader also approved the program for Introduction of Information and Communication Technologies in automotive transport management system with a total estimated cost of about 90 billion soums. The program envisages creation of
The document envisages creation of the Fund for Development of Road Transport of the Uzbek Agency for Road Transport the purpose of financing program measures to further improve the development of the industry.
In order to provide automobile companies with highly qualified specialists, the Uzavtotrans Agency is transferring three professional colleges to train mid-level specialists for the motor transport industry.
The Agency "Uzavtotrans" will create independent specialized unitary enterprises engaged in automobile transportation of passengers and / or cargo, transport and logistics activities and other types of activities.
Organizational and practical measures are planned to commission in the near future weighty control with the creation of stationary and mobile weight control posts.