ERDF PP10 - Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, Romania
Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure – ROMANIA
38 Dinicu Golescu Blvd., Sector 1
Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure (MTI) is the
specialized body of central public administration, which
establishes transport policy and national strategy and elaborates
specific development regulations and harmonization of transport
activities within the general policy of the Government.
MTI has the mechanisms to ensure implementation of these
policies through the subordinated units and acts as the State
Authority for transport and infrastructure.
Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure is the central public
responsible for the development, regulation and implementation of
community transport policies.
MTI's mission is to increase Romania's accessibility by
integration of national transport networks - rail, road, sea, air
(and logistics) to European networks, together with a balanced
development of national transport, local and regional economy,
improving passenger comfort and increasing their safety, freight
efficiency, increasing population mobility and improving
MTI's common values are:
- Vision, results and effectiveness;
- Professionalism, competence, integrity;
- Open to new;
- Transparency, cooperation and open dialogue;
- Fairness and human quality.
Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure transport policy seeks
to align continuous national transport system to the principles of
Community Transport Policy.
- Ms. Maria Istrate
Legal adviser at the General Directorate for Foreign Financial Affairs
Tel. +40 021 3199565 int.268