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JUTC Resumes Service to Downtown Today

The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) is advising commuters that based on assurances from the security forces on the status of operations in Downtown Kingston, service to that community will resume today (May 27). Speaking with JIS News, Communications Manager … Continued


Operations Normal at Norman Manley Airport

Director of Aviation Security, Lieutenant Commander John McFarlane, has assured that operations at Kingston’s Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) are running smoothly and normally. “Flight operations are normal here. A couple of airlines have cancelled their night flights, but the … Continued


Logistic Challenges Limiting JUTC Service

Having pulled its service Monday evening, due to intense challenges associated with the ongoing conflicts in the Corporate Area and sections of St. Catherine, the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) resumed service this morning, but again with a number of … Continued


Jamaica’s Airports Remain Open

The Government of Jamaica has imposed a State of Emergency, limited to Kingston and St. Andrew, where the security forces are conducting an operation to serve an arrest warrant on Michael Christopher Coke. Since this activity is confined to a … Continued


CARD Promotes Road Safety

Jamaican children are being encouraged to participate in the Children Against Reckless Driving (CARD) campaign, which is promoting safety on the nation’s roads. The campaign encourages children to make a card which promotes safe motoring skills, to someone they admire … Continued


JUTC Plane Crash Heroine For Disney World

Annette Howard, the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) bus operator who assisted over 100 passengers of an American Airline plane which overran the runway at the Norman Manley International Airport in December, will have her dream come through this week. … Continued


50 New Buses to be commissioned by June 1

As part of an ongoing drive to achieve a more efficient and reliable transportation system in the Kingston Metropolitan Transport Region (KMTR), the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) on May 13, offloaded a shipment of 50 new Belgian-made buses, which … Continued


Green Island, Hanover, gets new Bridge

Thousands of commuters across western Jamaica will experience smoother traffic flow as they traverse through Green Island, Hanover, with the Queen’s River Bridge being commissioned into service by Minister of Transport and Works, Hon. Mike Henry, on Friday (May 14). … Continued


Waterloo Road Bridge Opens

The Waterloo Road Bridge in St. Andrew, constructed at a cost of US$5.5 million under the Government of Jamaica/R.A Murray Priority Bridge Programme, was officially opened today (May 15). Completed earlier this month, the project included the widening of the … Continued

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