Over 1440 expats operating illegal taxi face action in Oman

Over 1440 Land Transport Law violations reported

Muscat: The Ministry of Transport, Communications and Information Technology (MTCIT) has monitored more than (1440) violations of the activity of transporting passengers without a license by expatriate workers. 

The Ministry also monitored (546) violations of transporting and delivering goods without a license by expatriate workers; Which is in violation of the Land Transport Law issued by Royal Decree No. 10/2016 and its implementing regulations.

The Ministry calls on companies and individuals benefiting from land transport services in the Sultanate of Oman to adhere to the Land Transport Law, and the Ministry will continue to implement its inspection and control campaigns on land transport means to ensure their compliance with the provisions of the law and its implementing regulations.

The Ministry’s Naql online transport platform provides a one-stop place for licensing, permits and vehicle registration for individuals, companies and institutions, including school buses, taxis and trucks.”

The new platform, available through a website and app, has been integrated with the Royal Oman Police and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s (MOCI) “Invest Easy” e-service for swift verification purposes. 

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