Road Fatalities Hit 200 Mark Despite Decline for 2016

12 July 2016
Road Fatalities Hit 200 Mark Despite Decline for 2016

Despite a ten (10) percent decline in fatal crashes and a 2 percent drop in fatalities so far this year, the number of persons killed on the Jamaican roads has...

TRANSPORT MINISTER ANNOUNCES SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN AVAILABILITY OF RURAL BUS AND ROUTE TAXI ROUTES

08 July 2016
TRANSPORT MINISTER ANNOUNCES SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN AVAILABILITY OF RURAL BUS AND ROUTE TAXI ROUTES

Minister of Transport and Mining, Lester ‘Mike’ Henry says as of Wednesday, July 13, he has approved a limited reopening of 436 Route Taxi and 48 Rural Stage Carriage Routes...

Fatal Crashes Decrease by 10 Percent

08 July 2016
Fatal Crashes Decrease by 10 Percent

There has been a ten (10) percent decrease in the number of fatal crashes on the Jamaican roads in comparison to the corresponding period last year. According to figures released...

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND MINING, LAUNCHES ISLAND-WIDE BLITZ TO REDUCE ROAD FATALITIES

04 May 2016
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND MINING, LAUNCHES ISLAND-WIDE BLITZ TO REDUCE ROAD FATALITIES

As road fatalities continue to hurdle out of control, the Ministry of Transport and Mining will launch ‘Operation Zero Tolerance’ beginning Saturday May 7. This will be a joint operation...

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