Ministry of Railways
A Ministry of Railways is a Cabinet department that exists or has existed in many Commonwealth states. It generally occurs in countries where railroad transportation is a particularly important part of the national infrastructure. In countries that have railways, but no cabinet department specializing in overseeing them, this task will typically fall to a Ministry of Transport. The head of a Ministry of Railways is usually denoted Minister of Railways or Railway Minister.
Examples of Ministries of Railways include:
- Ministry of Railways (Bangladesh)
- Ministry of Railways (China)
- Ministry of Railways (India) (headed by the Minister of Railways (India))
- Ministry of Railways (Japan)
- Ministry of Railways (North Korea) (North Korea)
- Ministry of Railways (Pakistan)
- Ministry of Railways (Soviet Union)
- Ministry Railways (Turkmenistan)
- Minister of Railways and Canals (Canada)
- Minister of Railways (New Zealand)
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