Jamaica Set To Begin Digitized Traffic Ticketing System

According to Jamaica’s Minister of National Security, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, the country will begin an end-to-end digitized ticketing system starting February 1.

The Minister said that the system will “not only increase the efficiency of the Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch (PSTEB) officers by ensuring that motorists who break the law receive with immediacy, the prescribed consequence, but importantly (it) will nullify speculations of corruption and avoidance.”

He said the new system would allow for greater efficiency in processing information among all stakeholders.

The ticket can be paid online via the Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) portal, and the process concluded “quickly, conveniently and non-contentiously,” Dr. Chang said.

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