Traffic changes today along Portmore toll road

Effective today, changes will be made to the flow of traffic along the Portmore toll road, where it intersects with Marcus Garvey Drive, the National Works Agency (NWA) said yesterday. Read More

Cars move into auction space
GOING once, going twice, sold to the highest bidder! The auction concept is relatively novel to automotive sector, but PAJ Imports Limited's principal Michael Powell believes consumers are now being sold on the idea.... Read More

Rally Jamaica eyes Carib racers
WITH the 2018 season closing with last weekend's staging of the Richard Stewart Memorial Rally Jamaica in Bog Walk, St Catherine, event organiser Lawrence Henriques is drumming up interest for next year's season by encouraging inter-Caribbean competition.... Read More

Showdown on Sunday
The final Asphalt Assault for the year, scheduled for Sunday December 9, at the Advanced Driver Training Centre, Lakes Pen in St Catherine, will be an ultra-competitive one, according to event organiser Christopher James.... Read More

Traffic Bill debate for Senate today

By Balford Henry Observer senior reporter | Friday, December, 7 2018    

THE Senate is likely to pass the new Road Traffic Act today, ending several years of delay in repealing the existing 80-year-old act which governs usage of Jamaica's roadways. Read More

Red Bull 'Charging' Up The Vibes

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, November, 30 2018    

WHEN Red Bull Jamaica wants to get their party started right, they roll out the RBE1, affectionately called Chargie. Read More

Rally rivalries renewed

BY RORY DALEY | Friday, November, 30 2018    

The island's top rally teams will be tackling the Richard Stewart Memorial Rally Jamaica 2018 tomorrow and Sunday in the Tru-Juice o rchards in Bog Walk, St Catherine. Read More

Don't Be Intimidated!

By Brian Bonitto Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment | Friday, November, 30 2018    

RADCLIFFE Lewis, the tough-talking former Senior Superintendent of Police in charge of the Traffic Division, says the Government should not be intimidated by recent protests against the new Road Traffic Act. Read More

Champion Hamilton wins Alonso's final GP

Monday, November, 26 2018    

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (AFP) — New five-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton kept his cool in an incident-filled final Grand Prix (GP) of the season yesterday to claim his 11th win of the campaign in Abu Dhabi. Read More

PHOTO: Safety first

Sunday, November, 25 2018    

With hundreds of motor vehicle crashes reported annually, inclusive of motorcycle crashes in Westmoreland, the parish has built a reputation for being a hotspot for trauma. Last Thursday's Taking Responsibility Road Tour visited the parish to discuss how to prevent these incidents and the... Read More

Three Miles bypass here to stay

BY RACQUEL PORTER Observer staff reporter | Saturday, November, 24 2018    

PRIME Minister Andrew Holness says the Three Miles bypass will remain open after the completion of the Hagley Park Road Improvement Project in St Andrew. Read More

Hyundai Santa Fe leaps ahead

By Rory Daley Observer senior writer | Friday, November, 23 2018    

THE 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe isn't just another quick update for another sport utility vehicle; it's about a brand positioning its product at the top of its model range and pushing it into the premium SUV space. Read More

A blast from the past

Friday, November, 23 2018    

The Jamaica Classic Car Club (JCCC) held its first major car show in nearly a decade at the Jamaica Horticultural Society, Hope Pastures, St Andrew, on Sunday, November 11.The event pulled out plenty of patrons. Read More

Jamaica awaits the Audi Q8

Friday, November, 23 2018    

January 2019 will see the launch of the hottest new model from Audi, the Q8. The Audi Q8 combines the elegance of a four-door luxury coupé with the practical versatility of a large SUV. Richly equipped, comprehensively connected and tough enough for off-road duty, it is... Read More

More traffic cameras coming

By Balford Henry Observer senior reporter | Friday, November, 23 2018    

ROBERT Montague, minister of transport and mining, told the House of Representatives recently that the ministry would be rolling out hundreds of new cameras over the next three to four months, across several towns islandwide. Read More




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