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The Ministry of Transport  has a dynamic role in Israel's economic growth and is
partner to the major reforms being introduced into the economy.

The MOT Organizational Structure :


  • Minister of Transport , Israel Katz
  • Executive Management

    • Legal Adviser;
    • Economics & Planning (incorporates the Freedom of Information Act);
    • Accountant;
    • Chief Scientist;
    • Transport Security
    • Auditor General and Ombudsman;
    • Spokesperson, Media & International Relations;
    • Administration & Human Resources;
    • Systems Management;
  • Land Administration ( LA )

    The LA ensuring efficient land transport systems and services to facilitate the safe movement of people and goods at all times. Incorporates transport installations; traffic engineering; supervision of public transport, taxis, private hire services.

    The LA structured:

    • Senior Deputy Director General Land;
    • Traffic Planning Dept.;
    • Public Transport Dept.;
    • Cargo & Haulage Dept.
    Land Administration
  • Traffic Administration ( TA )
    • Senior Deputy Director General Traffic;
    • Licensing Division;
    • Motor Vehicle and Maintenance Services Division.
    Licensing Division: responsible for driver and vehicle licensing and registration; driving schools, driver training.
    Motor Vehicle Division: responsible for vehicle and spare parts import, standardization and manufacture; environmental issues; vehicle inspection stations, garages and maintenance services; mechanical engineering equipment.
    Traffic Administration
  • Infrastructure and Development Department ( IDD )

    The IDD planning and developing inter-urban road infrastructure and traffic infrastructure. Senior Deputy Director General Infrastructure and Development

    Infrastructure and Development Department
  • Civil Aviation Authority (CAA )
    The CAA is the regulator for the civil aviation sector, in compliance with the law, standardisation and the international treaties to which the State of Israel is signatory. The CAA is responsible for promoting aviation safety, development, maximising the level of aviation transport services, safeguarding Israel's air carriers; minimalising environmental impact; implementing government policy concerning civil aviation, as outlined by the Minister of Transport and Road Safety.
    Civil Aviation Authority
  • Administration of Shipping and Ports(SPA )
    The SPA is responsible for maritime traffic, moorings and ports, vessels and operators; licensing and registration of vessels, and seafarer and skipper certification. The Authority works towards ensuring a safe, secure and sustainable shipping infrastructure at all times; formulating and monitoring shipping regulations and policies; supervising maritime traffic, ports and moorings; promoting and maintaining international regulations and treaties.
    Shipping and Port Authority
  • Israel Meteorological Service ( IMS )
    The IMS provide and supervises comprehensive meteorological, climatic and supplementary services covering all sectors of Israel's society and economy , and is actively engaged in applied research and international cooperation.
Last Updated on Monday, 03 June 2013 15:00