Transport Administration in Nigeria and Britain: Prospects, Issues and Recommendations

Adeniyi Olufemi Oluwakoya, Stephen Olufemi Obasa

Abstract


Transport, due to its ubiquitous nature, takes a key position in contemporary discourse as a critical sector that impacts governance, economic and social wellbeing of the national development. The unprecedented transportation challenges, particularly in the sub-Saharan states, have a significant implication on the performance of their economies. These challenges, more often than not, are generated by disequilibrium in the policy of the government as it affects transport administration. The study takes a comparative evaluation of the extent, dimension and manner of transport administration in Nigeria and Britain. The approach involves a documentary search of the policy intervention of transport administration in both countries. The study identifies the issues and challenges of transport administration lapses, especially on the part of Nigeria and relevant recommendation to improve transport administration for national economic development.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v10i4.17956

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