Ulaanbaatar City's Citizens Representative Council made a decision to prohibit the transportation of hazardous items on trains within the city.
The Government of Mongolia issued Resolution 61 in 2014, to celebrate the historic 75th anniversary of the Battle of Khalkhin Gol. The Ministry of Defense of Mongolia and Ulaanbaatar City Administration held a press conference to present information about the series of events to celebrate of the historic anniversary.
Upon the invitation of the Minister for Transport of the Russian Federation Maksim Yurevich Sokolov, the Minister for Roads and Transportation of Mongolia Amarjargal GANSUKH paid a working visit to Russia on August 06-09, 2014.
The "Altargana" International Festival that aims to preserve, protect and promote the culture and customs of people of Buriad (Buryat) ethnic origin has been organizing since 1994, and the 2014 Altargana, a biennial edition, will be held in Dadal Sum of Khentii Aimag in July 18-21, 2014.
The City Council in conjunction with UB Tourism Board, Metropolitan Police and Mongolian Students Union is implementing "Tourist Guide-Police" program for the 2014 National Naadam Festival and tourist season.
On July 29, 2014, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has released a press release appraising the visa restrictions easing procedure taken by the Government of Mongolia. Stimulating travel by such procedures is one of UNWTO’s recommendations to promote the growth of the tourism sector and its positive impact on the economy.
The Ulaanbaatar Mayor's Office in collaboration with the City's Transportation Road Authorities and the Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia, have been implementing a program to build public transport stops under general standards.