BRTA

AcronymDefinition
BRTABilateral and Regional Trade Agreements
BRTABerkshire Regional Transit Authority
BRTABaghdad Rapid Transit Authority (Baghdad, Iraq)
BRTABedfordshire Railway & Transport Association
BRTABangladesh Rural Telecom Authority
BRTABusiness Response to AIDS
BRTABlue Ridge Technical Academy
BRTABushmans River Tourism Association (Zambia)
BRTABlack Rock Travel Agency (Black Rock City, NV)
BRTABradford Retired Teachers' Association
BRTABabbage Rail Transit Authority
BRTABlackpool Radio Taxi Association
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'According to our policy, a vehicle can be used in ride sharing only after a year of its registration and it must be a personally owned vehicle,' BRTA Director Nurul Islam said.
The need for empowering BRTA felt after Peshawar Development Authority started facing legal issues from various corners regarding the bus project.
The meeting was presided over by Secretary of Road Transport and Highway Division Nazrul Islam while different stakeholders, including police high-ups, representatives of ride-sharing companies and BRTA officials, were also present.
Various concerns have been raised about this expansion of bilateral and regional trade agreements ('BRTAs').The TPPA, in particular, has been criticised as entrenching assumptions about free markets and 'light-handed regulation' that have proven risky and inequitable in the context of the 'Global Financial Crisis' (GFC') of 2008 and its aftermath.
To date, however, the BRTA program has had a rather limited impact on inciting business to act.
BRTA is a public and private collaboration (involving business, labor, health, and AIDS service organizations) comprised of five components: 1) policy development; 2) training for supervisors and union leaders; 3) HIV education for employees; 4) HIV education for employees' families; and 5) community service and employee volunteerism.
Haque said many passengers were forced to pay up to three times charges higher than the regular, despite the monitoring of government agencies, including Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA).
The article in this issue by Micah Burch and Luke Nottage (1) describes some of the regional and bilateral trade initiatives (for example, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum (2)) and some of the bilateral and regional trade agreements ('BRTAs') (for example, the Japan Singapore Free Trade Agreement of 2001, (3) the Australian Singapore Free Trade Agreement of 2003, (4) the ASEAN-China Framework Agreement, (5) the Trans-Pacific Rartnership Agreement of 2005 between Brunei Darussalarn, Chile, New Zealand and Singapore) (6) in place and under negotiation (the proposed ASEAN plus three--is China, Japan and Korea--the expansion in membership of the Trans-Pacific Partnership) among nations of the Asia-Pacific region.
An interactive satellite teleconference originating at CDC headquarters in Atlanta will introduce the BRTA program to the nation.
Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) started operating a central control room in Dhaka, round-the-clock from Thursday and it will be continued to June 9, to ensure smooth journeys for home-goers during the Eid vacation.
'No vehicle can realize additional fare beyond the BRTA chart,' he told a view-exchange meeting with Inter-District Bus Terminal at Mahakhali in the city.
Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) former chairman Habibur Rahman, former general secretary of Dhaka Union of Journalists Quddus Afrad, and BRTA Assistant Director (Road Safety) Niyamat Ullah Lenin were present at a seminar where a report on the findings was presented recently.