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Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure is mandated to perform the following functions

  • National Roads Development Policy Management
  • Transport Policy Management
  • Maritime Transport Management
  • Rail Transport and Infrastructure Management
  • Development, Standardization and Maintenance of Roads
  • Mechanical and Transport Services
  • Enforcement of Axle Load Control
  • Materials Testing and Advice on Usage
  • Standardization of Vehicles, Plant and Equipment
  • Civil Aviation Management and Training
  • Registration of Engineers
  • Registration of Roads Contractors
  • Protection of Road Reserves
  • Maintenance of Security Roads
  • National Road Safety Management
  • Registration and Insurance of Motor Vehicles
  • Motor Vehicles Inspection
  • Development and Maintenance of Airstrips
  • Government Clearing and Forwarding Service (Coast Agent)
  • National Transport and Safety Policy
  • Implementation of LAPSSET Project


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Transcom House
Ngong Road,
Nairobi Kenya.

P.O Box 52692-00200
Tel: 020 - 2729200
Fax: 020 - 2730330