project brief

One Stop Inspection Station

Implementor

CCTTFA

Target Group

Tanzania Revenue Authority, Police, TANROADS and Transporters along the Central Corridor.

Project Value

US$300,000

Implementation Period

July 2011 – December 2019

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Why this project?

Traffic along the central corridor is stopped for about 55 times before reaching the destination (8 weighbridges,44 Police checks and 3 revenue checks) and this cause a significant delays and relatively high transportation cost.

What:

Establishment of One stop inspection stations (OSIS) along the central corridor, specifically at Manyoni and Nyakanazi aiming at reducing transit cost and facilitate trade. The stations will house all transport regulatory agencies in the transport sub-sector (TRA, Police, TANROADS, and standards regulatory bodies) in the view to conducting their respective regulatory roles once at every station, at a time.

 

One Stop Inspection Station is being constructed at  Manyoni and Nyakanazi.

Key Outputs:

  • Increased Efficiency of the regulatory authorities
  • Reduction of transport cost

Reduction of transit time

How:

TMA is providing fund for Feasibility study, design work and supervison of construction works.

Contact:

Email: Israel Sekirasa  Israel.Sekirasa@trademarkea.com

Desired Results:

Reduced Transit time and cost from Dar Port to Kigali or Bujumbura

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