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In line with the Northern Corridor Transit and Transport Agreement, the achievements of the NCTTCA include but not limited to;

i. Enhanced cooperation among the Member States.

ii. Elimination of multiple security bonds and multiple customs declarations.

iii. Creation of the implementing institutions in Member States such as Road Authorities, Road Maintenance Funds, National Road Safety Authorities, Revenue Authorities, etc.

iv. Interfacing of Customs Systems and joint verification of multiple Customs documents.

v. Reduction of roads, police, and customs roadblocks

vi. Introduction of High Speed- Weigh-In-Motion Systems to reduce multiple weighbridges along the Corridor

vii. Decongestion of Mombasa Port by streamlining and automating the procedures and operations

viii. Domestication of some RECs polices such as the implementation and effective monitoring of EAC Vehicle Load Control (VLC) and some COMESA Trade Facilitation Instruments.

ix. Harmonization of National Customs Laws and Instruments.

x. Ratification of the Agreement by the Member States

xi. Expansion of the corridor membership from five to six Member States.

xii. The Northern Corridor has constantly advocated for public-private partnerships in Member States to stimulate investment and encourage development.

xiii. Mobilization of funding for rehabilitation of major highways to ensure road quality according to the International Roughness Index (IRI).

xiv. Advocacy for adequate border infrastructure such as One Stop Posts and related facilities to minimize Customs procedures and transit times.

xv. The various studies conducted by NCTTCA provided for improved planning and decision making on issues related to transport and trade facilitation in the Member States.

xvi. Effective Monitoring System through Transport Observatory and Dashboard.