A National Transport Strategy Framework for Jamaica: Implications for Financing the Sector
Bedward, Tanya Tamara
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This research incorporates a comparative approach which examines strategic planning within the United States’ transport sector, also noting some of the strategies that have been used by the United States to finance its transport sector. The anticipated output is a framework that could assist in streamlining the strategic planning process on which the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing (MTWH) of Jamaica is getting ready to embark. It will also address the importance of updating the existing National Transport Policy (NTP) which will aid in identifying prioritized sector strategies and also the type of data that will be required to inform the planning process.
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