|Northern Corridor PPP Handbook and Guidelines|
Northern Corridor PPP guidelines and hand Book for management of Infrastructure Projects
|Northern Corridor Time Release Study Newsletter|
Northern Corridor Time Release Study Newsletter
Issue 001 - January 2016
|Etude Analytique Comparative des couts de Transport dans la region du corridor Nord|
Etude Analytique Comparative des couts de Transport dans la region du corridor Nord
|Analytical Comparative Transport Cost Study Along The Northern Corridor Region Volume 2|
Analytical Comparative Transport Cost Study Along The Northern Corridor Region Volume 2
|Analytical Comparative Transport Cost Study along the Northern Corridor Region Volume1|
Analytical Comparative Transport Cost Study Along The Northern Corridor Region Volume1
|Impact Assessment of the Northern Corridor Performance Improvement Activities|
Impact Assessment of the Northern
Corridor Performance Improvement
|Regional Trade Facilitation Instruments and Strengthening of Northern Corridor Trade Facilitation Committees |
Study on improving the use of COMESA Trade Facilitation Instruments and Strengthening the Northern Corridor Stakeholders Forum/National Trade Facilitation Committees.
|COMMUNIQUE FINAL DU 27EME CONSEIL DES MINISTRES |
Le 27ème Conseil des Ministres de l’Authorité de coordination de Transit et de Transport du Corridor Nord s’est tenu à Kinshasa en République Démocratique du Congo le 13 Aout 2015
|THE 27TH COUNCIL OF MINISTERS JOINT COMMUNIQUE|
The 27th Council of ministers of the Northern Corridor Transit and Transport Coordination Authority held on 13th August in Kinshasa , Democratic Republic of Congo.
|OUTCOMES OF THE RSS INVESTORS’ CONFERENCE-FRENCH|
L' ACTTCN en collaboration avec le Ministère des Transports et Infrastructures du Kenya, a organisé une Conférence des Investisseurs pour la promotion et la construction des Stations d’Arrêts et de Repos (RSS).
|OUTCOMES OF THE RSS INVESTORS’ CONFERENCE- ENGLISH|
MoT Kenya and NCTTCA organised an Investors Conference on the promotion and construction of Road Side Stations(RSS) as part of Transport Infrastructure and services.
|The Self Regulatory Charter on Vehicle Load Control |
The Self Regulatory Charter on Vehicle Load Control was signed by fifteen(15) stakeholders as committed to ensure self regulatory compliance.
|The Mombasa Port Community Charter|
The Mombasa Port Community Charter is a live document signed by 25 Public and Private sector Stakeholders.
|Border Clearance Guidelines |
The border clearance Guideline summarizes clearance steps and requirements by all agencies involved in clearance of good as the Border
|Northern Corridor Road Distance Planner and Transport Infrastructure Network|
The Northern Corridor Road Distance Planner together with a Map of the Northern Corridor Transport Infrastructure Network
|E-TRANSIT MONITOR |
Welcome to the first issue of the E-Transit Monitor. This publication is designed to be an additional source of information about the Northern Corridor and its Stakeholders activities.
|Transport Policy Common Guidelines for the Northern Corridor Member States |
Common Guidelines of the Northern Corridor Transport Policies and an Implementation as adopted by Member States
|Northern Corridor Published Q&A Brief guide to understanding Inco-terms |
The Norther Corridor Permanent Secretariat (TTCA-NC) in collaboration with Kenya Maritime Authority (KMA) has been sensitizing traders about the proper use of Inco-terms. It is in this regard that the Secretariat has developed and published a Q&A brief guide to understanding Inco-terms
|The Northern Corridor Spatial Development Study(NCSDS)|
The Northern Corridor Spatial Development Project (NCSDP) area and economic impact zone is defined by the main transport infrastructure links from the port city of Mombasa, through Nairobi and then north-west to Gulu, Pakwach and then into DRC and ending at Kisangani. From this main arterial the NCSDP branches northwards to the southern Sudanese city of Juba. The other continues from Kampala south westwards to Kasese (the rail terminal) and then southwards to Kigali and Bujumbura, via main road links. Besides Southern Sudan, Ethiopia and Tanzania are both falling within the catchment area of the Northern Corridor.
|The Northern Corridor Infrastructure Master Plan|
The Norther Corridor Permanent Secretariat's comprehensive Infrastructure Master Plan serves as a guide for long term Strategic development of the Corridor's Infrastructure
|Northern Corridor Performance Monthly Report for December 2014|
The Northern Corridor Performance Monthly report featuring the month of December, 2014.
|Northern Corridor Performance Monthly Report for October-November|
The second Northern Corridor Performance Monthly report featuring the months of October and November, 2014.
|Final Report_Volumess 1-3 of the Northern Corridor Infrastructure Master Plan |
Final report the Northern Corridor Infrastructure Master Plan. Volumes: 1-Analysis and forecast of transport demand, Volume 2-Present Transport supply and Volume 3-Infrastructure and Action Master Plan
|Accord de Transit et de Transport du Corridor Nord|
Version française de l'accord de Transit et de Transport du Corridor Nord
|The Northern Corridor Transit Agreement|
In order to overcome transit transport constraints affecting them, the governments of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda decided to negotiate a treaty, the Northern Corridor Transit Agreement, with a view to promoting an efficient, cost-effective and reliable transit transport system. The October 2007 agreement is an updated and revision of 1985 agreement and has an expanded scope.