The Telangana Transport Department is controlled by the Transport Commissioner who is the Head of the Transport Department and is helped by an Additional Commissioner and four Joint Commissioners, three Regional Transport Officers and one Regional Transport officer
The Telangana Transport major functions of the are the Enforcement of the Motor Vehicles Act and Rules, Collection of taxes and fees and issuance of Driving Licenses and Certificate of Fitness to Transport Vehicles; Registration of Motor Vehicles and granting regular and temporary permits to vehicles.
Telangana Transport is regulated by the Government of Telangana in terms of policy formulation and its implementation. The Department is administered by the Transport Commissioner who is the Head of the Transport Department.
|Transport Commissioner||Sri M.Jagadeeswar, I.A.S||23321279||–||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|J.T.C. (Vig. & Legal)||B.Venkateswarluemail@example.com|
|J.T.C. Secy.,STA||Sri.G.Panduranga Raofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Asst. Secretary – 2||–||–||–||–|
Six national highways run through the state of Telangana making commuting between cities an easy affair.NH7 is the longest national highway in Telangana that enters the state from Adilabad in the north and goes till Mahbubnagar before exiting the state on its South. Nizamabad, Medak, Rangareddy and Hyderabad are the other important districts that NH7 crosses.
The other important highways present in the state include NH16 that passes through Adilabad, Karimnagar and Nizamabad and NH9 passing through Nalgonda, Hyderabad and Medak. NH202 stretches from Hyderabad to Warangal. NH221 is another important national highway that passes through Khammam.
There are several State Highways too that include SH1 (Hyderabad-Secunderabad–Karimnagar); SH2 (Narkatpally–Nalgonda-Miryalguda) and SH7 (Devarapalli – West Godavari – Tallada – Khammam).