TF A.2 Coordination between National and Sub-National Authorities

In many countries, effective management of the road network depends on a coordinated effort between national and local organizations.Active partnerships can be a conduit to deliver training and information that may not have otherwise be accessible to the full community of practitioners.Task Force A.2 (Coordination between National and Sub-National authorities) will look at successful practices at countries in different development stages. (Extract from the Strategic Plan)

Issue

  • Cooperation strategies between national and local road agencies

Chair and Secretariat

  • Chair: King GEE (United States)
  • English-speaking Secretary:
  • French-speaking Secretary:
  • Spanish-speaking Secretary: Clemente POON (Mexico)

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