- In order to achieve the objectives of the Community Transport Policy, COTED shall, in collaboration with other Organs of the Community as appropriate, promote, inter alia:
(a) co-ordination of the national transport policies of the Member States;
(b) the implementation of uniform regulations and procedures, consistent with standards and recommended practices, for the development of an efficient multi-modal transport system, particularly in respect of operations, safety, licensing and certification;
(c) the development of required institutional, legal, technical, financial and administrative support for the balanced, sustainable development of the transport sector;
(d) the establishment of measures:
(i) to ensure that the development of the transport sector does not impact adversely on the environment of the Member States and, in particular, the Caribbean Sea;
(ii) for the acquisition and transfer of technology in the transport sector; and
(iii) for human resources development in accordance with Article 63;
(e) investment in the transport sector, including ancillary services supportive of the sector through, for example, joint ventures;
(f) the removal of obstacles to the provision of transport services by nationals of the Member States in accordance with the relevant provisions of Chapter Three.
- COTED shall develop programmes to facilitate the achievement of the objectives set out in Article 134.
- The Member States shall co-ordinate their actions in order to secure the best terms and conditions for the provision of transport services by service providers.