The National Transport Development Plan 2000-2010 (NTDP) was prepared by the Department of Transport (DOT) and endorsed by the National Executive Council (NEC). The NTDP is in two volumes, the first setting out sector policy and plans for institutional and legislative reforms, and the second volume providing a 10-year program of infrastructure investment. The plan covers all modes of transport in Papua New Guinea - road, sea and air.
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