MovingBahrainForward

Highlights

ICAO–WCO  Joint  Conference

ICAO-WCO Joint Conference on Enhancing Air Cargo Security and Facilitation 16-17 April 2014

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Ship  Registration

Ship owners and operators can apply and submit their applications here.

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Bus  Routes  and  Timetables

Our bus routes and timetables service allows you to view public bus routes, search for a bus station and plan your trip.

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MOT Highlights

About MOT

MOT is responsible for the development of the Kingdom’s transportation infrastructure and systems, with the objective of boosting productivity and enhancing the quality of Land, Sea, and Air.

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Strategic Objectives

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Organisation structure

View the Ministry’s organisation chart here

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Press Releases

All latest press releases

Under the patronage of His Excellency the Minister of Interior Lieutenant General-Shaikh Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, the Ministry of Transportation’s Civil Aviation Affairs

The Ministry of Transportation’s Bahrain Post has issued five commemorative stamps on the occasion of Bahrain International Circuit’s ten year anniversary.

Minister of Transportation and Acting Chief Executive of the Economic Development Board HE Engineer Kamal bin Ahmed has emphasized the importance of training and developing young Bahraini talent

Projects

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Bus System

It is the aim of the Ministry of Transportation to provide effective and efficient public transport in Bahrain that is attractive to all sections of the society, with high quality operating standards and customer service, and that is a viable alternative to the private car.

Deepening the Bahrain Approach Channel

An integral part of the strategic objective of establishing Bahrain as a transhipment hub and maximising the nation’s assets is expanding sea access to the country.

New International Airport

Over the next decade, the increase in passenger and freight demand will require the construction of a new international airport.

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