Automotive

Gas Prices To Drop By $0.05¢

Effective tomorrow a litre of E10-87 gasolene will be sold for $123.06, while E10-90 will be sold for $124.71, down by $0.05¢ each. Automotive diesel oil will increase in price by $1.68 and will be sold for $126.06 per litre. A litre of kerosene will go up by $1.13 and will be sold for $127.03. A litre of butane will ...

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Transportation Centres Across Jamaica To Be Upgraded

Transportation centres across Jamaica are to undergo significant upgrading, in keeping with modern standards, according to the government. Dubbed the Transportation Centre Modernisation Programme, the initiative was launched yesterday at the Hotel Four Seasons in Kingston, where a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Transport Authority and representatives of the Councils was signed.

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Mount Rosser Bypass Will Be Opened on August 6

China Harbour Engineering Company is again promising that the first leg (Mount Rosser bypass) of the North South link of Highway 2000 will be ready by August 6. That assurance was given to Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller who toured the site on today. The ramaining two legs – Ferry to Linstead and Moneague to Ocho Rios – are scheduled ...

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Jamaica Gas Drop Prices To Drop By $0.03 Cents

Effective tomorrow 87 and 90 octane gasoline will be sold for $123.11 and $124.77 per litre, respectively, down by $0.03 cents each. Automotive diesel fuel will be sold for $124.38 per litre, up $0.33 cents, while ultra-low sulphur is priced at $129.81 after an increase of $0.30 cents Kerosene oil will also increase in price and will be sold for ...

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Some Montego Bay Intersections To Be Temporarily Reduced To Single Lane Traffic

The NWA is advising motorists & pedestrians that several intersections in Mobay, St James, will be temporarily reduced to single lane use over the weekend. The affected intersections will be Alice Eldemire Drive & Bogue Road, Barnett Street & Fairfield Road & the Alice Eldemire Drive & Howard Cooke Boulevard. The changes are to facilitate the excavation and laying of ...

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Jamaica Gas Prices To Go Down By $1.94

Effective tomorrow a litre of 90 gasoline will be sold for $124.79, while 87 will be sold for $123.14 following a decrease of $1.94. Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel will cost $131.40 after a $1.27 drop, Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel will cost $129.51 after a decrease of $1.89. Regular Diesel will fall by $1.77 and cost $124.05.

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JUTC Receives 73 New Buses

73 new Volvo buses have been added to the fleet of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company, four of which will go to the Montego Bay Metro. The other 69 will be placed on routes served by the JUTC in the Kingston Metropolitan Transport Region, the state-run bus company said in a release this afternoon. One bus will be equipped with ...

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Truck Slams Into JUTC Bus And Injures 20

A pregnant woman was among more than 20 passengers traveling on a Jamaica Urban Transit Company bus who were injured during a peak hour traffic crash in St. Andrew yesterday evening. The accident happened along Washington Boulevard in the vicinity of the 6 Miles Bridge when a GMC truck slammed into the rear of a JUTC articulated bus. The JUTC ...

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Gas Prices To Go Down By $0.43 Cents

Effective tomorrow a litre of E10-90 gasoline will be sold for $126.73, while E10-87 will be sold for $125.08 following a $0.43 decrease. Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel will cost $131.40 after a $1.27 drop, while regular Diesel will fall by $1.60 and cost $125.82. The price of Kerosene slips by $1.87 and will see it being sold for $126.73 per ...

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Knutsford Express is a Profitable Business

Luxury bus company Knutsford Express Services disclosed that it more than doubled third quarter net profits in its first quarterly earnings report since going public. Knutsford posted a net profit of $8.9m for the third-quarter ending February 28, 2013 compared to $3.7m for the same period in 2012. Revenues for the period under review were $90.6m, or 79% higher than ...

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