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International Road Transport Facilitation Results from a survey in the League of Arab States based on driver records Riyadh, November 13, 2013. Prepare Strategy and Action Plan for Trade and Road Transport Facilitation in the League of Arab States Two study components:

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International road transport facilitation results from a survey in the league of arab states based on driver records riyadh november 13 2013

International Road Transport Facilitation

Results from a survey in the League of Arab States

based on driver records

Riyadh, November 13, 2013


Objectives study and survey

Prepare Strategy and Action Plan for Trade and Road Transport Facilitation in the League of Arab States

Two study components:

1) Adherence and implementation of international trade and road transport facilitation conventions and agreements

2) Data collection and analysis of practices: permits, visa, border crossings, physical and non-physical barriers, combined transport, road security and safety

Objectives Study and Survey


Survey results

Survey Results


Distance speed

Distance/Speed


Distance speed1

Distance/Speed


Distance speed2

Distance/Speed


Waiting times

Waiting times


Waiting times1

Waiting times


Waiting times2

Waiting times


Costs

Costs


Costs1

Costs


Costs2

Costs


Las vs eco

LAS vs. ECO


Recommendations

Adherence to and implementation of the main UN Agreements and Conventions on Road Transport

Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR), of 19 May 1956 and the Protocol to this Convention of 5 July 1978.

Customs Convention on the International Transport of Goods under Cover of TIR Carnets (TIR Convention), of 14 November 1975

International Convention on the Harmonisation of Frontier Controls of Goods, 21 October 1982

European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR), of 30 September 1957

Agreement on the International Carriage of Perishable Foodstuffs and on the Special Equipment to be Used for such Carriage (ATP), of 1 September 1970

Recommendations


Recommendations1

2.Border crossing facilitation

Implementation TIR Convention

Trade facilitation measures

Harmonization Customs procedures

Harmonization inspection procedures

Visa issuance professional drivers

Standardized trade procedures

Single Window

Coordinated border management/joint border control

TIR-EPD

Recommendations


Recommendations2

3. Training

Training of transport operators and professional drivers

Training of freight forwarders

Training of Customs clearance agents

Training of government inspection and enforcement officials

Recommendations


Recommendations3

4.In order to promote intra-LAS trade and facilitate international road transportation in the LAS region, also the following bottlenecks should be addressed:

Impediments at the level of logistics: infrastructure, transports, support services to international trade;

Lack of information on international markets and business opportunities;

The complexity of national and international administrative procedures related to foreign trade, such as those of customs clearing, banking, ports, etc.;

Lack of managerial staff and technicians specialized in international trade, logistics and transport;

Recommendations


Recommendations4

5.Carry out a feasibility study to plan a network of ancillary infrastructure and safe and secure parking places in the LAS region, in particular nearby the border crossings, but also along the most important national and international corridors

Recommendations


Guidelines parking places

Largest safe and secure parking places with wide range of services near borders

On road transport corridor with length of 2500 km, between 12-50 safe and secure parking places depending on traffic density

Total investment costs for 25 safe and secure parking places with a capacity of 200 places each amounts 90,000,000 USD

Guidelines Parking Places


Costs parking place

Costs Parking Place


Recommendations5

6.Set up a strategic committee to study the recommendations and come up with a short strategy to be endorsed by the LAS or AULT or any other relevant party

Recommendations


Action plan

Action Plan


Action plan1

Action Plan


Action plan2

Action Plan


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