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Organisational Structure

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In total, we have seven divisions with staff strength of slightly more than 100 staff.

Air Transport Division

Our Air Transport division oversees the planning and development of civil aviation policies in Singapore with two strategic outcomes in mind: to strengthen Singapore’s status as a leading aviation hub and to strengthen our country’s strategic influence in international organisations and fora.

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Land Transport Division

Our Land Transport division oversees land policies which strive to maintain a world-class land transport system that is affordable, efficient, accessible to the public, as well as one that ensures smooth flowing traffic on the roads.

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Sea Transport Division

Our Sea Transport division oversees the following policy areas: enhancing Singapore’s position as a premier port hub, developing Singapore into an International Maritime Centre (IMC), and protecting the security of Singapore’s port and sea lanes.

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  International Relations & Security Division

Our International Relations and Security division co-ordinates and aligns our international relations engagement efforts with those of other government agencies, so as to develop holistic transport strategies and policies. It also ensures the readiness of other transport agencies in the event of crises.

Corporate Communications Division

Our Corporate Communications division oversees the strategic and marketing communications functions. It works with the policy divisions – Air Transport, Land Transport and Sea Transport - and the statutory boards to inform and educate the public on policies related to air, land and sea transport. The division also serves as our interface with the public by managing the corporate website and public feedback.

Corporate Development Division

Our Corporate Development division enables our core functions and develops the Ministry. Together with our statutory boards, this division aims to turn the Ministry into a high-performing organisation by implementing best practices optimising resources for the attainment of transport policy goals.

Air Accident Investigation Bureau of Singapore (AAIB)

The Air Accident Investigation Bureau of Singapore (AAIB) is responsible for the investigation of air accidents and serious incidents in Singapore and foreign commercial aircraft in Singapore. It also participates in overseas investigations of accidents and serious incidents involving Singapore aircraft or aircraft that is managed by a Singapore operator. Please click here to find out more about the AAIB.