Ministry of Transport and Communications (Peru)

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Ministry of Transport and Communications
Ministerio de Transportes y Comunicaciones del Perú
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National overview
Formed December 24, 1897 (1897-12-24)
Headquarters Lima
Minister responsible
  • Edmer Trujillo Mori

The Ministry of Transport and Communications[1] is a government ministry in Peru responsible for regulating transportation and communications services in the country. It has its headquarters in Lima.[2] The current minister is Edmer Trujillo Mori.


The Ministry's vision is that Peru is a national integrated country and internationally with efficient transport and communication services.


The mission of the Ministry is to design and implement policies and strategies to rationally integrate the country with transportation routes and communication services.


  • Promoting or providing road, air and adequate water infrastructure and ensure that transport services provide efficient, safe and sustainable manner.
  • Promote sustainable development of communications services and universal access to them; promote technological innovation and ensure the rational allocation and efficient use of resources.


a) Develop, standardize and implement the policy of promotion and development in the field of Transport and Communications.
b ) Develop national sectoral development plans.
c ) Monitor and supervise the enforcement of laws related to their field of competence.
d ) To grant and recognize rights through licenses, permits, licenses and concessions.
e) Provide guidance on the scope of its jurisdiction the operation of decentralized public bodies, and Multisectoral Sectoral Committees and Projects or similar constituent entities.
f ) Plan, promote and manage the provision and delivery of public services, according to the laws of matter.
g ) Comply executive functions throughout the country directly or through special projects or similar entities that replace regarding the activities listed in its Rules of Organization and Functions territory.

Communications portfolio subordinate agencies[edit]

General Directorate of Regulation and International Affairs Communications[edit]

The General Directorate for Regulatory Affairs and International Communication (DGRAIC) is the organ of the national line Subsector Communications Manager to propose and evaluate policies and regulations aimed at promoting sustainable development of communications services and universal access to the same.


a) Suggest policies in communications sector.
b) Suggest the Strategic Plan for the development of telecommunications and postal services.
c) Suggest the Institutional Strategic Plan Subsector, in coordination with the General Office of Planning and Budget.
d) Propose the National Telecommunications Plan, which contains among other Fundamental Technical Plans.
e) To propose draft rules, regulations and other legal provisions for the development of telecommunications and postal services.
f) Develop standards for environment and coordinate with other entities on behalf of Subsector, issues related to environmental management.
g) Propose Sector position in communications, conventions and / or agreements of the subject and make the coordination as necessary with other sectors.
h) Coordinate the programs of international technical cooperation with the International Union of (ITU), Universal Postal Union ( UPU) and other international organizations, including funding, in accordance with current legislation.
i) Suggest the Annual Plan and prioritize international meetings subsector participation in them, and to develop the presentations and / or papers to be presented, coordinating the participation of the Ministry.
j) Analyze the market situation of telecommunications and postal services.
k) Conduct studies on convergence of services, emerging technologies, numbering, signaling and frequency allocation to accommodate the regulations.
l) Develop statistics communications services.
m) Managing the Infrastructure Register for public use.
n) Administer the Postal and Philatelic Museum of Peru.
o) Develop and disseminate plans and programs to promote philatelic activity in Peru.
p) Propose the terms and conditions for the conduct of public procurement of telecom services.
q) Other duties as assigned by the Deputy Minister of Communications, in its area of competence.

Transport portfolio subordinate agencies[edit]

The Comisión de Investigación de Accidentes de Aviación (CIAA) is the department that serves as the aviation accident and incident investigation authority.[3]


Investigations of the CIAA:


  1. ^ "COMMUNICATIONS IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS Archived 2011-07-22 at the Wayback Machine.." Ministry of Transportation and Communications. October 2008. 2/6. Retrieved on June 7, 2011.
  2. ^ "Inicio Archived 2014-07-24 at the Wayback Machine.." Ministry of Transportation and Communications. Retrieved on 7 June 2011. "Ministerio de Transporte y Comunicaciones Jiron Zorritos Nª 1203 Lima - Perú"
  3. ^ "CIAA Archived 2011-07-22 at the Wayback Machine.." Ministry of Transportation and Communications. Retrieved on 7 June 2011.

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