Ministry of Transport
|Formed||1 April 1912|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Thailand|
|Headquarters||Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok|
The Ministry of Transport (Abrv: MOT; Thai: กระทรวงคมนาคม, RTGS: Krasuang Khamanakhom) is the ministry of the Government of Thailand responsible for the development, construction, and regulation of the nation's land, marine, and air transportation systems.
The Ministry of Transport was previously known as the Ministry of Communications (although the name is the same in Thai), and was founded in 1941. Its English name was changed to the Ministry of Transport in 2002, when the Reorganisation of Ministries, Government Agencies and Departments, B.E. 2545 Act came into force. It stipulated that the Ministry of Transport (the former Ministry of Communications) would have overall responsibility for transportation, transportation-related businesses, traffic planning, and transport infrastructure development.
The MOT is composed of ministry departments and profit-making state enterprises.
- Office of the Minister
- Office of the Permanent Secretary
- Marine Department
- Department of Land Transport (DLT)
- Department of Airports (DOA)
- Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT)
- Department of Highways (DOH)
- Department of Rural Roads (DRR)
- Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning (OTP)
- Department of Rail Transport (DORT)
- State Railway of Thailand (SRT)
- Port Authority of Thailand (PAT)
- Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA)
- Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT)
- Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA)
- Civil Aviation Training Center (CATC)
- Thai Airways International Public Company Limited
- The Transport Company Limited
- The Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT)
- Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Limited (AEROTHAI)
- Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel Co, Limited
- THAI-AMADEUS Southeast Asia Company Limited
- Airport Rail Link Co, Limited
- Thai Smile Airways
- "About MOT; History". Thailand Transportation Portal. Ministry of Transport (Thailand). Retrieved 6 February 2016.
- Hongtong, Thodsapol (3 December 2019). "Govt to push ahead with unpopular Satun, Songkhla deep-sea ports". Bangkok Post. Retrieved 4 December 2019.
- "About MOT". Thailand Transportation Portal. Ministry of Transport (Thailand). Retrieved 6 February 2016.
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