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Who we are?

Vision

A safe and sustainable road transport system.

Mission

To regurate the road transport indusrty through law enforcement, development of policies, standards and practices; and provide civic education to the citizenry in order to ensure a safe and sustainable road transport system.

Mandate

To administer regulatory provisions governing motor vehicle administration, driver licensing administration, operator authorisation and permit control and issues related totraffic management and control.

Core values

Proactive and Timeliness in responding to situations Professionalism Transparency and accountability Customer centric Creativity and Innovativeness Fairness Environmental conscious

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About DRTSS

The Directorate of Road Traffic and Safety Services (DRTSS) is a regulatory arm under the Ministry of Transport and Public Works. DRTSS is responsible for the regulation of the road transport industry through traffic law enforcement, development of polices, standards and practices; and provide civic education on road safety to all road users in order to ensure well-coordinated, efficient, reliable, sustainable and safe national road transport system.

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Contact infoOur Location and Phone Numbers

The Director,

Directorate of Road Traffic & Safety Services,

  P/Bag 257 Lilongwe

 Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  Tel: +265 1 756 138 ,

Cell; +265 995008482,

Toll Free; 4040.