Transport Minister, Audley Shaw says the Ministry is fully committed to the execution of Jamaica’s road and vehicular safety policies, in accordance with the United Nations Second Decade of Action for Road Safety. He notes that the implementation of the new Road Traffic Act (RTA) and its Regulations, which was passed in Parliament earlier this year, is a welcome sign that Jamaica intends to reduce the high number of road traffic deaths plaguing the country as well as the general indiscipline on the roads.
Presented by: Jermi-Lee Nelson
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Presented By: Andrae Palmer, May 15, 2023
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Presented By: Jermi-Lee Nelson, Apr 03, 2023
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Presented By: Jermi-Lee Nelson, Mar 27, 2023