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The Royal Norwegian Ministry of Transportation and Communications (Norwegian: Samferdselsdepartementet) is a Norwegian ministry established in 1946, and is responsible for transportation and communication infrastructure in Norway. It is led by Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa (Centre Party)[1]. The department must report to the parliament (Stortinget). Contents 1 Organisation 1.1 Political staff 1.2 Subsidiaries 2 See also 3 References 4 External links // Organisation The ministry has 135 employees and is divided into the following sections: Political staff Information section Department of Planning, Administration and Economic affairs Department of Civil Aviation, Postal services and Telecommunications Department of Public roads and Rail transport Department of Transport Political staff Minister Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa (Centre Party) State Secretary Erik Lahnstein (Centre Party) State Secretary Lars Erik Bartnes (Centre Party) Subsidiaries Under the ministry there are seven administrative agencies and four state-owned limited companies: Avinor (Airport operator, company) Baneservice (Construction, company) Jernbaneverket (National Rail Administration) Norwegian Accident Investigation Board Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority Norwegian Railway Inspectorate Technical Supervisory Authority for Cableways Norwegian State Railways (company) Posten (Postal service, company) Statens Vegvesen (Public Roads Administration) The department also owns 1/3 of Stor-Oslo Lokaltrafikk that organises the public transport in Akershus. Note: The railway company Airport Express Train[2], the Norwegian Maritime Directorate and the Norwegian Ship Registers are subsidiaries of the Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry while Kystverket is a subsidiary of the Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs. See also List of Norwegian Ministers of Transport and Communications References ^ Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications. "Minister of Transport and Communications". http://www.regjeringen.no/en/dep/sd.html?id=791. Retrieved 2010-03-06.  ^ Flytoget. "Om Flytoget" (in Norwegian). Archived from the original on 2006-10-18. http://web.archive.org/web/20061018071858/http://flytoget.no/Templates/Informasjon.aspx?id=116. Retrieved 2006-12-07.  External links Official web site v • d • e Ministries of Norway Office of the Prime Minister · Agriculture and Food · Children, Equality and Social Inclusion · Culture · Defence · Education and Research · Environment · Finance · Fisheries and Coastal Affairs · Foreign Affairs · Government Administration, Reform and Church Affairs · Health and Care Services · Justice and the Police · Labour · Local Government and Regional Development · Petroleum and Energy · Trade and Industry · Transport and Communications v • d • e Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications Companies Baneservice • Norges Statsbaner • Posten Infrastructure Avinor • Rail Administration • Road Administration Authorities Accident Investigation • Cableways • Civil Aviation • Post and Telecom • Railway Minister of Transport and Communications