Multiple agencies have a role to play in the implementation of an NMT strategies, as described in the table below. The implementation of NMT improvements therefore requires a collaborative approach. Regular convening of an NMT working group can help streamline the implementation process by facilitating interaction among relevant agencies.
|Transport ministry/department||· Provide political leadership and general oversight toward dissemination and implementation of the NMT strategy.
· Monitor progress over time.
|Local government ministry/department||· Design and implement high-quality walking and cycling facilities.
· Update national street design standards.
· Partner with academic institutions and technical organisations to conduct training programs for engineers, planners and other technical staff in the basics of street design.
|Housing ministry/department||· Develop model building control rules and planning regulations.|
|Road agencies||· Design and implement high-quality walking and cycling facilities.|
|Road safety agencies||· Enforce traffic rules, educate street users, and identify where improvements are required to improve safety|
|Road fund agencies||· Ensure allocation of adequate budget for NMT development and maintenance.|
|Local authorities / transport authorities||· Design and implement high-quality walking and cycling facilities.
· Plan and implement bicycle sharing systems.
· Develop greenway corridors with continuous walking and cycling facilities.
· Oversee operations of the on-street parking management system.
· Manage street vending.
· Prevent encroachments on NMT facilities.
· Conduct audits and surveys to monitor progress on implementation of the Strategy.
· Manage local Urban Transport Funds.
|Traffic police||· Control and manage traffic operations.|