Transport Governance

Improved Road Transport Governance component

Corridor reports present detailed information on road governance

Joe Lamport

Trucking is arguably West Africa's most important type of commercial transport - as much as 80% of goods are moved by truck across the region. Transport governance refers to the rules and their enforcement to facilitate the movement of trucks in West Africa. In 2006, the USAID Trade Hub and UEMOA collaborated to implement the Improved Road Transport Governance initiative, which monitors and publishes data that reflect the status of road governance.


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