Transport operators in Jamaica are feeling the pinch from social distancing measures to restrict the spread of the COVID-19. Many continue to operate by choice or to fulfill obligations to get essential workers to and from their jobs. For drivers, the reduction in demand will certainly translate into depressed incomes, from reduced hours for those employed in the formal sector … [Read more...] about How the Coronavirus could be changing public transportation in Jamaica
The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (#WDoR) is commemorated on the third Sunday in November. In the years since the day was first observed after being initiated by the UK’s RoadPeace Founder more than two decades ago, the number of countries formally recognizing the 3rd Sunday in November has increased, but so too has the number of crash victims who have lost … [Read more...] about Road traffic deaths disproportionately affecting developing countries: Could technology help with speed enforcement?