Highway 2000 East-West Recognizes Outstanding Service of Jamaica Fire Brigade

Fires occurring alongside the Highway can pose a hazard to motorists, particularly when there is the possibility of smoke negatively impacting a driver’s visibility. This is why motorists must pay strict attention to any traffic management in place when smoke is observed on or near the Highway.

With the safety of all users of the Highway as a top priority, the Operator of Highway 2000 East-West (Jamaican Infrastructure Operator Limited) has over the years established a good working relationship with the Jamaica Fire Brigade.

The teams at the Waterford (Portmore), Spanish Town, Old Harbour, and May Pen stations have all been providing an outstanding level of service to the Highway 2000 East-West network, as evidenced in a consistently excellent response time to reports of any dangerous or uncontrolled fires occurring alongside the Highway.

It was therefore fitting that an event was organized and attended by the main stakeholders of Highway 2000 East-West (including NROCC, Toll Authority, TransJamaican Highway Limited and JIO) to properly acknowledge the invaluable contribution of the Brigade.

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