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Ministry of Transport of the People's Republic of China(中华人民共和国交通运输部)

(People's Daily Online)

18:17, August 13, 2012

Ministry of Transport of the People's Republic of China(中华人民共和国交通运输部)

The Ministry of Transport of the People's Republic of China, often referred to as MOT, is an executive agency under the State Council responsible for road, water and air transportation. Under the Ministry of Transport there are 10 functional divisions.

The ministry has its headquarters in Dongcheng District, Beijing.

The main duties of the Ministry is to formulate and implement development plans, policies and standards of industries of road, water and air transportation, take charge of planning and coordination related to the integrated transport system, promote connection of various modes of transportation, optimize the layout of transportation, give full play to comprehensive advantages and efficiency of integration, so as to establish a convenient, smooth, effective, safe and integrated transport system.






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Add.: No. 11, Jianguomen Neidajie, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China 地址:北京市东城区建国门内大街11号
Post Code: 100736 邮编:100736
Tel: 86-010-65292818 电话:86-010-65292818
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