Taraba State Road Traffic Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) Institutional Reforms
The serious decline in price of oil in recent years has led to a decrease in the funds available for distribution to the Federal and State governments. The need for States and Local government to generate adequate revenue from internal sources has therefore become a matter of extreme urgency and importance. This need underscores the eagerness on the part of State and Local Government to look for new sources of revenue or to become more aggressive and innovative in the mode of collecting revenue from existing sources. As part of the implementation of the Taraba State Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) Institutional Reforms by Messrs. Fyemto Integrated Logistics & Transport Services Limited, the company embarked on an extensive engagement and sensitization with stakeholders in the road transportation sub-sector in the State on Thursday and Friday, 26th and 27th October, 2017.
- Automate all motor-vehicle documentation in the state to generate bumper revenue and actualize the potential of road tax as a veritable tool for revenue escalation
- Plugging illegal income/ leakages inherent in the subsisting manual vehicle documentation
- Reduce staff costs
- Sanitize vehicle documentation process
- Build a comprehensive database for the state government for planning purposes and invaluable complements to address security matters
- Create more efficient public-interface, greater public confidence in the integrity of the Motor Vehicle registration process and the issued licenses/documents
- Increase the level of compliance with laws and regulations due to improve turn-around time in service delivery.
- To inform and introduce the stakeholders to the consultants engaged by the Taraba State government to implement Road Traffic and Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) Institutional Reforms in the state – Messrs. Fyemto Integrated Logistics & Transport Services Limited.
- To highlight key areas of the Reform process and how they will increase the efficiency and effectiveness of Road Traffic and MVA in Taraba State.
- To identify and discuss challenges faced by transport stakeholders in the State and take actions towards tackling them.
- To seek the support and cooperation of all stakeholders in the implementation of the Reforms.
Group photograph comprising of the Honourable Commissioner, MOW & T, Perm. Sec. MOW & T (Chairman), Executive Chairman BIR, MD, Fyemto IL & TS Ltd with Management Staff and other members of the Steering Committee on MVA
Group Photograph showing Executive Chairman, Taraba State BIR (seated, centre) with BIR Management Staff and Fyemto’s Management Team.
Electronic Vehicle Registration (EVReg)
New Tricycles awaiting Registration at EvReg Automation Centre BIR HQ Jalingo
Fyemto Technical Support Team with the MLA BIR for EvReg Automation in LGAs
EvReg Motor Vehicle Administration processing Terminal at the BIR HQ Jalingo.
- Training for selected staff of the Agency was conducted and Participants were introduced to basic computer concepts and operations. They were also given basic introduction to Evreg operation and Go live transactions.
- Furnishing of one-stop Automation Centre in TBIR and deployment of ICT infrastructure.
- Ongoing engagement with Road Transport Operators in Taraba State.
- Commence electronic data capture of tricycle and motorcycle operators beginning from the State capital Jalingo.
- Constitution of a steering committee for the implementation of Road Traffic and MVA Reforms
- Deployment of road traffic personnel to Board of Internal Revenue and TACSMMA
- Provision of impound site to keep vehicles impounded for violation of traffic rules and regulations.