LATEST TENDERS AND NOTICES
- SUPPLY, DELIVERY, TRAINING AND COMMISSIONING OF ROAD EQUIPMENT – LOT 12: CRANE AND LIFTING EQUIPMENT
- SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF SIX (6) CARGO CRANE TRUCKS (RE-ADVERTISED)
- UPGRADING OF MASAKA BUKAKATA ROAD (41KM) FROM GRAVEL TO PAVED (BITUMINOUS) STANDARDS
- Supply and Delivery of Various Inputs for the Construction of Kitala-Gerenge Road (10km)
- BADEA BRIDGES LOT 2 (PHASE 2): Construction of Rigid Pavement Between River Namatala and River Manafa along Leresi-Budaka Road
- Provision of Courier Services to UNRA for three years
- Printing, photocopying and Scanning services under a framework for two years
Our Mission, Vision and Mandate
To develop and maintain a national roads network that is responsive to the economic development needs of Uganda, to the safety of all road users, and to the environmental sustainability of the national roads corridors.
To operate a safe, efficient and well-developed national roads network
To develop and maintain the national roads network, advise the government on general roads policy, contribute to the addressing of national transport concerns, and perform certain other functions such as the selection of contractors, the supervision of road construction, the scheduling of maintenance, and the prioritization of national road works.
Who We Are?
UNRA is one of the products of Road Sector Reforms. In 1996, the Government of Uganda preparedthe 10-Year Road Sector Development Programme (RSDP). The Programme wasreviewed and updated in 2002 making it a 10 Year rolling Road Sector Development Programme Phase 2 (RSDP2). One of the objectives of the RSDP was establishing a robust administration for effective and efficient management of thenational roads network. To achieve this objective, Government committed itself to reform national roads management through the establishment of an autonomous performance-based Road Authority to handle road administration and execution function and restructuring the Ministry of Works and Transportation (MoWT) to focus on policy,setting standards, regulation, monitoringand evaluation functions.
The UNRA Act As part of the reform process, in 1998 the Road Agency Formation Unit (RAFU) was created as a semi-autonomous agency within the MoWT to manage the national roads development. In 2002, a study was conducted on the establishment of an autonomous Road Authority. The findings of the study informed the drafting of the Bill for creating the Uganda National Roads Authority. The Bill was passed by Parliament of Uganda in May 2006 and was signed into Law by the President in June 2006. The Board of Directors (BODs) was appointed in January 2007. Thereafter, the Executive Director was appointed in November2007. UNRA became fully operational on 1st July 2008.