Ministry of Transport, Construction and Marine Economy (Poland)

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Ministry of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy
Ministerstwo Transportu, Budownictwa i Gospodarki Morskiej
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Agency overview
Formed 21 November 2011
Preceding agency
Dissolved 27 November 2013
Superseding agency
Headquarters ul. Tytusa Chałubińskiego 4/6, Warsaw
ul. Wspólna 2/4, Warsaw
Parent agency Council of Ministers
Website www.transport.gov.pl

Ministry of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy (Polish: Ministerstwo Transportu, Budownictwa i Gospodarki Morskiej) was formed on 21 November 2011, from transformation of Ministry of Infrastructure.

The ministry is concerned with various aspects of transport in Poland, as well as construction and maritime economy.

The department was merged with the Ministry of Regional Development in November 2013 under Prime Minister Donald Tusk, creating the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development.[1]

The ministry supervises:

Minister of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy[edit]

Portrait Name
(Born-Died)
Party Term of Office Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
B.Komorowski&S.Nowak.jpg Sławomir Nowak
(1974-)
Civic Platform
(2001-)
18 November 2011 27 November 2013 Donald Tusk
(Tusk II)

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