The National Assembly should have powers over the development of ports to improve Wales' transport infrastructure.
The National Assembly should have the power to lower the voting age to 16 for Assembly elections. The Assembly already had the power to lower the voting age to 16 for a referendum on devolving income tax powers.
All powers relating to National Assembly and local government elections should be devolved. This includes deciding the electoral system, the number of constituencies, their boundaries, the timing of elections, and the conduct of the elections themselves.
The Welsh Government should have the power to appoint one member of the Ofcom board to represent Welsh interests.
A review should be carried out of Air Passenger Duty which could open the door for it to be devolved to Wales.
The agreement says the Welsh Government should be able to set its own speed limits and transport regulation for ports, taxis and buses.
The command paper was criticised by the Welsh Government for "not [treating Wales] with the same respect as being afforded to Scotland".Plaid Cymru, a Welsh nationalist party, called the recommendations "3rd rate devolution".