|15 October, 2019

All land transport services in Oman need to get operating cards from Mwasalat

Operating card needs to be obtained from 1 December 2019

Image used for illustrative purpose. A tourist uses her mobile phone on a sightseeing tour bus in central Brussels, Belgium, July 3, 2017.

Image used for illustrative purpose. A tourist uses her mobile phone on a sightseeing tour bus in central Brussels, Belgium, July 3, 2017.

Reuters/Francois Lenoir

Muscat: All land transport vehicles need to obtain an operating card from 1 December 2019, Oman’s national transport company, Mwasalat, has announced.

This is essential for the implementation of the electronic platform, Naql, for all land transport services in the country.

All land transport services that transport passengers like tourist buses, international buses, buses that transport passengers between and inside towns and irregular buses, that are operating under Mwasalat’s name and otherwise, need to get operating cards from Mwasalat.

On the other hand taxis, rented vehicles without drivers, school and college buses transporting students, buses that transport pilgrims and other land transport vehicles - that use smart apps, also have to obtain these cards.

For land transport vehicles that transport goods, trucks that transport chemical and hazardous materials, oil and gas trucks, goods and equipment trucks, waste trucks, transporting water trucks, sewage trucks, ambulance trucks and AAA trucks, should also get operating cards as well from Mwasalat.

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