Who owns the toll roads in Jamaica?
Jamaica North South Highway Company Limited is solely owned by Caribbean (Barbados) Infrastructure Investment Company Limited, a company registered in the island of Barbados.
Are there tolls in Jamaica?
Traveling via the Jamaica North-South Highway (JNSH) is a stress free way to travel. It is a four lane controlled-access tolled motorway with fully graded separated interchanges and intersections built according to modern international standards.
How do I get a toll pass in Jamaica?
Ask for an application form at any toll plaza, when paying your toll and return this form with all required relevant information to a toll collector. Arrangements will be made for delivery of your Tag and corresponding swipe card.
Which road is the longest road in Jamaica?
|Edward Seaga Highway, PJ Patterson Highway|
|Maintained by Jamaica Infrastructure Operator (JIO)|
|Length||149.7 km (93.0 mi)|
Why is it called Highway 2000?
On September 15, 2009, Jamaica’s then prime minister, Bruce Golding, announced to Parliament that Highway 2000 was to be renamed in honour of Usain Bolt, however, Bolt decided to reject the honour.
How much is Ochi toll?
Linstead to Ocho Rios (Mammee Bay)
|To and vice versa||Distance (km)||Class 4|
|Linstead to Unity Valley||17.53||$200|
|Linstead to Lydford||27.17||$300|
|Linstead to Ocho Rios (Mammee Bay)||39.87||$500|
How much is the toll in Jamaica?
Toll Rate Structure
|Jamaica North South Highway Toll Rate Table|
What does T1 mean on the road?
General description: Trunk roads: the T1 is known as the TANZAM highway and leads from Dar es Salaam to Zambia (and on to Lusaka).