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Standing Committee on Transport and Communications

The Standing Committee on Transport and Communications (Norwegian: Transport- og kommunikasjonskomiteen) is a standing committee of the Parliament of Norway. It is responsible for policies relating to transport, postal services, telecommunications, electronic communication and the responsibilities of the Norwegian National Coastal Administration. It corresponds to the Ministry of Transport and Communications and the coastal transport portfolio of the Ministry of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs.[1] The committee has 16 members and is chaired by Knut Arild Hareide of the Christian Democratic Party.[2]

Members 2009–13

Representative Party Position
Hareide, Knut ArildKnut Arild Hareide Christian Democratic Chair
Bjørnflaten , Anne MaritAnne Marit Bjørnflaten Labour First deputy chair
Hoksrud, BårdBård Hoksrud Progress Second deputy chair
Bratli, SusanneSusanne Bratli Labour
de Ruiter, FreddyFreddy de Ruiter Labour
Fredriksen, Jan-HenrikJan-Henrik Fredriksen Progress
Godskesen, IngebjørgIngebjørg Godskesen Progress
Halleraker, ØyvindØyvind Halleraker Conservative
Kjernli, GormGorm Kjernli Labour
Langeland, Hallgeir H.Hallgeir H. Langeland Socialist Left
Myraune, LarsLars Myraune Conservative
Nordås, Janne SjelmoJanne Sjelmo Nordås Centre
Rommetveit, MagneMagne Rommetveit Labour
Schou, IngjerdIngjerd Schou Conservative
Sortevik, ArneArne Sortevik Progress
Sønsterud, Tone MereteTone Merete Sønsterud Labour

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