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Preliminary study on the structural reform of transport administration

Preliminary study on the structural reform of transport administration

News article 03.11.2016 15.05 fi sv en

The Ministry of Transport and Communications has appointed a working group to conduct a preliminary study on the structural reform of the official functions of transport and communications. The incentive between this appointment is to make operations more customer-oriented in the new digital operating environment.

The preliminary study concerns the Finnish Transport Agency, the Finnish Transport Safety Agency and the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority. The Finnish Meteorological Institute is included in the study as far as it is engaged in economic activity.

The working group is chaired by Kari Wihlman, Director General at the Finnish Transport Safety Agency. Members of the group are Antti Vehviläinen, Director General at the Finnish Transport Agency, Kirsi Karlamaa, General Director at the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority, and Juhani Damski, Director General of the Finnish Meteorological Institute. The corporate steering management team of the Ministry of Transport and Communications will be the steering group for the preliminary study.

The working group’s mandate will end on 28 February 2017.