The Air Hub Division oversees the development of our air hub strategy including our major infrastructure plans such as the Terminal 5, and the safe reopening of our borders to rebuild our connectivity and support the aviation ecosystem to emerge stronger.
The Aviation Relations Division oversees the advancement of Singapore’s international aviation standing and development of strategies to support the provision of safe, efficient and sustainable air navigation services. This includes strengthening bilateral, regional and international aviation cooperation and collaboration, and ensuring the future-readiness of our air navigation services capabilities.
The Land Transport Division oversees the development of land transport policies, to ensure that our land transport system is affordable, reliable and well-connected. We strive to maintain a world-class public transport system that is the choice mode of transport in Singapore, and also ensure smooth flowing traffic on our roads.
The Sea Transport Division oversees the development of policies and strategies to support Singapore’s development as a premier global hub port and leading international maritime centre, and to advance and safeguard Singapore’s strategic maritime interests.
The Futures and Transformation Division is responsible for developing strategies to prepare the MOT Family for future challenges and opportunities. This includes driving future-oriented transport policies in areas such as autonomous vehicles, electric vehicles and unmanned aircraft systems; and co-ordinating strategic planning, sustainability and transformation efforts across the MOT Family.
The International Relations and Security Division coordinates and aligns MOT family international relations engagement efforts with those of other government agencies, so as to develop holistic transport strategies and policies.
It also oversees the development of transport security policies and manages security and facilitation issues concerning the aviation, maritime and land transport sectors, as well as inter-modal security issues such as supply chain security that concerns transport, trade and facilitation.
The Transport Safety Investigation Bureau (TSIB) is the air, marine and rail accidents and incidents investigation authority in Singapore. Its mission is to promote transport safety through the conduct of independent investigations into air, marine and rail mishaps.
MOT Technology Office (MOTEC) strengthens the ability of officers to undertake technology master planning and adopt system engineering. The Division also drives digitalisation, ensuring the cybersecurity and data security governance and capability build-up across the ministry and its statutory boards.
The Corporate Development Division aims to turn the Ministry into a high-performing organisation by implementing best practices that optimises resources for the attainment of transport policy goals. It provides oversight of strategic HR issues at the Ministry-level, focusing on talent management, key HR practices, and succession planning.
The Corporate Communications Division oversees the strategic communications functions of the Ministry. It works with the policy divisions and statutory boards to inform and educate the public on policies related to air, land and sea transport. The Division also serves as the interface with the public by managing the corporate website and public feedback.