The Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC) is a government ministry of Botswana.
It was previously known as Ministry of Works and Transport (Botswana).
MTC may refer to:
The Lima Metro is a rapid transit system that serves the area of the cities of Lima and Callao, both of which make up the Lima metropolitan area, currently linking the district of Villa El Salvador in the south of Lima with San Juan de Lurigancho in the northeast of the same city.
The Metropolitan Transport Corporation, sometimes known as the MTC or PTC, is the agency that operates the public bus service in Chennai, India. As of May 2017, the MTC had a scheduled fleet of 3688 buses and total fleet strength of 3968 buses, on a daily basis carries 6.0 million passengers to and from, which is half the population of Chennai. On March 22, 2016, the Union Transport Ministry reported that Chennai had the most crowded buses in the country with 1300 passengers per bus in each direction per day. During peak hours, in some routes, a bus with capacity to accommodate 80 persons carries twice the number of people due to the extensiveness of the system. It has an operating area of 3,929 square kilometres (1,517 sq mi). MTC has a total of 830 routes with its largest terminus being Broadway in Central Chennai.
The Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) is the provincial ministry of the Government of Ontario that is responsible for transport infrastructure and related law in Ontario. The ministry traces its roots back over a century to the 1890s, when the province began training Provincial Road Building Instructors. In 1916, the Department of Public Highways of Ontario (DPHO) was formed and tasked with establishing a network of provincial highways. The first was designated in 1918, and by the summer of 1925, sixteen highways were numbered. In the mid-1920s, a new Department of Northern Development (DND) was created to manage infrastructure improvements in northern Ontario; it merged with the Department of Highways of Ontario (DHO) on April 1, 1937. In 1971, the Department of Highways took on responsibility for Communications and in 1972 was reorganized as the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MTC), which then became the Ministry of Transportation in 1987.
Chacao is one of the five political and administrative subdivisions of the city of Caracas, Venezuela. The other four are Baruta, El Hatillo, Libertador and Sucre. This legal entity is known as the Caracas Metropolitan District. Chacao is also one of the 21 municipalities that make up the State of Miranda, Venezuela.
The Mechanised Transport Corps (MTC), sometimes erroneously called the Motor Transport Corps, was a British women's organisation that initially provided its own transport and uniforms and operated during the Second World War. It was a civilian uniformed organisation that provided drivers for government departments and other agencies. Among other roles, members drove staff cars, including for foreign dignitaries whose drivers were not accustomed to driving on British roads, and ambulances in the Blitz.
The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure is a government ministry office of the Republic of Turkey, responsible for transport, information and communication services in Turkey. Its head office is in Ankara. The current minister is Adil Karaismailoğlu, in office since March 2020.
Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi is a Motswana journalist and politician who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Botswana from 2014 until December 2018. She was appointed to the National Assembly of Botswana in 1999 as one of the four specially selected members and was re-elected in the 2004 general elections.
Botswana Telecommunications Authority (BTA) is a dissolved independent commission that was responsible for regulating all matters related to telecommunications, postal services of Botswana and has been succeeded by Botswana Communication Regulatory Authority. The Minister appoints all five board members, who serve on a part-time basis. The BTA is mandated to promote the development and provision of efficient telecommunications and broadcasting services in Botswana, under the terms of the Telecommunications Act 15 of 1996. There have been legal disputes between the BTA and licensed operators, springing from issues related to interconnection and pricing.
Moolakadai, which is pronounced as 'Moolakkadai', is a part of North Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. It is the gateway of North Chennai.
The Ministry of Transport and Communications of Venezuela was created in June 2010, to cover transport and communications in Venezuela. Its creation saw the disappearance of the Ministry of Public Works and Housing, split into this ministry and the Ministerio del Poder Popular para Vivienda y Hábitat. Its headquarters were in the Torre MTC in Chacao, Caracas, Miranda. In November 2011 Hugo Chávez, President of Venezuela, announced that the MTC would be divided into two ministries, the Ministry of Aquatic and Air Transport and the Ministry of Ground Transport.
The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation is the Russian ministry responsible for developing public policies and legal regulations regarding commercial aviation, sea transport, inland waterway transport, railroads, road transport, urban metro systems, and commercial transport vehicles. The ministry is also responsible for surveying and mapping and naming geographic features. It is headquartered in Moscow.
The Ministry of Aquatic and Air Transport is a ministry of the Government of Venezuela. Its head office is on the 12th floor of the Torre Pequiven in Chacao Municipality, Caracas.
The Ministry of Ground Transport is a government ministry of Venezuela. The ministry has its headquarters in the Torre MTT in Chacao, Caracas, Miranda.
The Museum of Transport and Communication is a museum in Porto, northern Portugal, founded in 1992. The museum is located in the Alfandega Nova building, dating from 1860, located beside the Douro River.
Transport of Brunei consist of air, land, and sea. Previously there was some rail transport in Brunei, but eventually most of it was closed down.
The department of information technology formerly known as the Government Computer Bureau, is in the ministry of transport and communications from a department called the Ministry of communications science and technology.
The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development is the Botswana government ministry which formulates financial and economic policies and oversees effective coordination of Government financial operations. It's minister is Hon. Dr Thapelo Matsheka.