MCLI Co-Operative Partners
Cross Border Road Transport Agency
The Cross-Border Road Transport Agency is a statutory juristic body established in terms of section 4 of the Cross-Border Road Transport Act no 4 of 1998. The Agency is governed and represented by a Board of Directors who are appointed by and reports directly to the Minister of Transport. The Agency regulates cross-border transport with the sole purpose of supporting the economy of our country and the SADC Region.
To regulate the smooth flow of passengers and goods, to promote prosperity and the encourage social and economic development within the Southern African Development Community.
To facilitate, regulate and enforce a smooth flow of traffic in a manner that optimises mobility and accessibility, to foster public and private partnerships, thus contributing to the seamless integration of the Southern African Development Community through:
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