Decision No. 1509/QD-BGTVT dated July 8, 2011 of the Ministry of Transport approving the Strategy on development of Vietnam’s rural transport through 2020 with a vision to 2030
Pursuant to the Government’s Decree No. 51/2008/ND-CP of April 22, 2008, defining the functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the Ministry of Transport;
Pursuant to the Government’s Decree No. 92/2006/ND CP of September 7, 2006, on the formulation, approval and management of socio economic development master plans; and the Government’s Decree No. 04/22008/ND-CP of January 11, 2008, amending and supplementing a number of articles of Decree No. 92/2006/ND-CP;
Pursuant to the Prime Minister’s Decision No. 35/2009/QD-TTg of March 3, 2009, approving adjustments to the Strategy on transport development through 2020 with a vision to 2030;
Pursuant to the Government Office’s Document No. 5099/VPCP-fCTN of July 28, 2009, authorizing the Minister of Transport to appraise, approve, update and finalize the Strategy on development of Vietnam’s rural transport:
At the proposal of the Vietnam National Road Administration in Report No. 46/TTr-TCDBVN of May 9, 2011;
At the proposal of the director of the Planning and Investment Department,
Article 1. To approve the Strategy on development of Vietnam’s rural transport through 2020 with a vision to 2030, with the following principal contents:
I. DEVELOPMENT VIEWPOINTS
- Rural transport constitutes an important part of rural socio-economic infrastructure. Investment in rural transport should be prioritized to create a
prerequisite for socio-economic development in rural areas, assure food security, and maintain defense and security for agricultural and rural industrialization and modernization.
- To develop rural transport in conformity with local socio-economic and transport development strategies and master plans well as the national target program on building a new countryside: to develop rural transport in a sustainable manner, creating smooth linkage between the national road network and provincial, district, commune and village roads and between large specialized commodity production zones, material zones and processing industrial complexes, between production, processing and consumption, combining economic, defense and security activities, with a view to better satisfying national economic development requirements and people’s travel needs.
- To bring into play geographical advantages and natural conditions of each region for rural transport development, combining road and waterway transport, transport and irrigation, agriculture, forestry and other economic sectors in localities.
- To adopt policies to prioritize rural transport development in high mountainous, deep-lying, remote and border areas which are important in defense and security maintenance in order to boost development and narrow the gap between regions and areas.
- To adopt mechanisms and policies for rational and effective administration and maintenance of the rural transport system with the
participation of administrations at all levels and people.
- To mobilize to the utmost all resources for rural transport development, from central and local budgets, the population, international donors and organizations and individuals at home and abroad.
- To actively apply sciences and techniques, use new materials, local materials and simple and easy-to-apply construction technologies which the majority of people can manage and use by themselves under technical instructions.
- To operate different modes of passenger and goods transportation and vehicles suitable to local conditions with a view to facilitating goods and
passenger transportation in rural areas.
- To reserve rational land areas for developing rural transport infrastructure works, assuring traffic safety corridors and protecting the environment.
II. RURAL TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY THROUGH 2020 WITH A VISION TO 2030.....
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