Land Transport Ministry of Antarctica
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|Location||South Pole City|
|Job||To plan out transportation needs for the USA and its Free Republics|
|Headquarters||South Pole City|
The Land Transport Ministry of Antarctica, or the LTMA, is a government department which writes out traffic rules and plans out all land-based transportation measures, including airports, trains, highways, etc. It operates in the USA, Freezeland, Polaris and East Pengolia. It also has partnerships with the transport ministries of Margate, Shops Island, Castilla, Liguria, Rusca, Warmslates, Calada, Acadia, and Culldrome, and runs the Antarctic Highway Network.
Cars were brought to Antarctica in the early 1900's. As the modern car became more affordable as a means of transport, the number of cars increased. By 2000, there were many cars, so the Land Transport Ministry of Antarctica was founded to manage the building of freeways and improving old ones. Currently, there are six ongoing projects, although there are about 20 other smaller projects managed by the Ministry.
- Building of Highway 3.
- Antarctic Express Station Upgrading.
- Upgrading of Rest Stops on Highway 1 and 2.
- Expansion of the Acadia Highway System.
- Building of highways under USA Interstate Highway standards in the Free Republics.
- Installation of Toll Fee Plazas on Highway 1 and 2.
- Building of Collector and Express Lanes on Club Penguin highways.
- Widening of lanes on congested freeways.
- Paving of West Pengolian roads.
- Building of a divided highway through tunnels to reach Gourdzoid.
Project Subject to Approval
- Building of Highway 5.
- Building of Antarctic Express Line 2.
- Green Line for South Pole City Metro
- Upgrading of highways in Eastshield and Trans-Antarctica to meet USA Interstate standards.
- Widening or building shoulders on highways.
- Building of divided highway to reach Mcdonalds City