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Head No. 6500A

and Title: Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing (Capital)

(formerly Ministry of Transport and Works)

P R O P O S A L S

Activity/ Service & Object of Approved Provided Savings or Approved

Project Expenditure Estimates by Law Supplementary Under New Remarks & Object Classification

No. 2011/2012 (Statutory) Estimates Expenditure Estimates

SECOND SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 2011/2012

$000

PROGRAMME 233 - INFRASTRUCTURES

SUB-PROGRAMME 25 - IMPROVEMENT OF ROADS

AND STRUCTURES

0655 Jamaica Development Infrastructure Programme (JDIP) 750,000.0 271,244.0 1,021,244.0 Provision to meet payment of GOJ 15% counterpart

on additional expenditure of US$21m

Additional

30 Grants and Contributions 271,244.0

FUNCTION 23 - TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION SERVICES

SUB-FUNCTION 03 - ROAD TRANSPORT

PROGRAMME 558 - IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT

SUB-PROGRAMME 30 - JAMAICA URBAN TRANSIT COMPANY

1845 Maintenance of Buses 45,000.0 45,000.0 Additional requirement to purchase maintenance parts

and tyres for the JUTC fleet.

Additional

30 Grants and Contributions 45,000.0

GROSS TOTAL 5,625,816.0 333,324.0 1,789.0 5,957,351.0

LESS APPROPRIATIONS-IN-AID 1,500,000.0 1,500,000.0

NET TOTAL HEAD 6500A 4,125,816.0 333,324.0 1,789.0 4,457,351.0

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Public Bodies Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation (Works)

(Other) Road Maintenance Fund

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Public Bodies, FY 2017/18

Page 151 Ministry of Finance and the Public Service

Road Maintenance Fund

Introduction

The Road Maintenance Fund (RMF) began operations in August 2003. Its mandate is primarily

to finance main road maintenance activities across the island, with the income for this activity

derived from one-third (1/3) of the motor vehicle licence fees.

In 2009/10 the Fund secured financing through the China+Export+Import+Bank">China Export Import Bank (China EXIM) in

order to fund the Jamaica+Development+Infrastructure+Programme">Jamaica Development Infrastructure Programme (JDIP). The five-year

programme which was geared towards the rehabilitation of roads, drains, retaining walls and the

construction of prioritized bridges has been completed. With the completion of the JDIP, the

RMF will refocus its efforts on road maintenance funded by the motor vehicle licence fees.

Operational and Financial Overview

The RMF will continue to collaborate with the National Works Agency to provide the project

management services for all funded projects. In maximizing the use of the available financial

resources, funds are to be allocated to the most critical needs and will be done through the

prioritization of road projects.

The Fund currently derives income from one-third of motor vehicle license fees, return on

investments and grant funding from the Government of Jamaica. The RMF forecasts a deficit of

$2,613.22 million derived from revenue and expenditure of $1,835.26 million and $4,448.48

million respectively. Contributing to this deficit is the loan interest payment to the China

Export- Import Bank which is being serviced by the Government of Jamaica.

The RMF will maintain a staff complement of twenty one (21).

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Public Bodies Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation (Works)

(Other) Road Maintenance Fund

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Public Bodies, FY 2016/17

Page 161 Ministry of Finance and the Public Service

Road Maintenance Fund

Introduction

The Road Maintenance Fund (RMF) began operations in August 2003. Its mandate is primarily

to finance main road maintenance activities across the island, with the income for this activity

derived from one-third (1/3) of the motor vehicle licensing fees.

In 2009/10 the Fund secured funding through the China+Export+Import+Bank">China Export Import Bank (China EXIM) in

order to finance the Jamaica Development Infrastructure Programme (JDIP). The five-year

programme which was geared towards the rehabilitation of roads, drains, retaining walls and the

construction of prioritized bridges has been completed. With the completion of the JDIP, the

RMF will refocus its efforts on road maintenance funded by the motor vehicle licensing fees.

Operational and Financial Overview

Subsequent to the completion of the Jamaica Development Infrastructure Programme, the RMF

has been refocusing its efforts on the achievement of its primary mandate of financing main road

maintenance across the island. Within the context of the increasing costs for road maintenance

and the resources available, the Fund will continue to prioritize its maintenance activities so as to

satisfy its stakeholders.

The RMF forecasts an operating deficit of $2,985 million and net surplus of $2,510 million after

support from the Government for debt service payments to the China EXIM Bank. .

The RMF plans to maintain a staff complement of 16.

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Head No. 6500A

and Title: Ministry of Transport, Works & Housing (Capital)

P R O P O S A L S

FIRST SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 2013/2014

$000

Activity/

Project

No.

Service & Object of

Expenditure

Approved

Estimates

2013/14

Approved

New

Estimates

Remarks & Object Classification Provided

by Law

(Statutory)

Supplementary

Estimates

Savings or

Under

Expenditure

PROGRAMME 233 - INFRASTRUCTURES

SUB-PROGRAMME 25 - IMPROVEMENT OF ROADS

AND STRUCTURES

0655 Jamaica Development Infrastructure Programme (JDIP) 1,849,340.0 360,249.0 1,489,091.0 Revised requirement

Reduction

25 Purchases of Other Goods and Services 350,249.0

32 Land and Structures 10,000.0

360,249.0

0656 Jamaica Emergency Employment Programme (JEEP) 740,304.0 298,000.0 1,038,304.0 Additional requirement resulting from:

Add:

(i) Grant from the Tourism Enhancement Fund - TEF (AIA) 318,000.0

Less:

(i) Expenditure containment 20,000.0

Additional

30 Grants and Contributions 298,000.0

FUNCTION 23 - TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION

SERVICES

SUB FUNCTION 03 - ROAD TRANSPORT

PROGRAMME 230 - ROAD TRAFFIC & SAFETY

SUB PROGRAMME 21 - ROAD SAFETY

0607 Island Traffic Authority 17,646.0 9,744.0 7,902.0 Revised requirement are due to the following savings:

(i) Transferred to Project 2210 - Half Way Tree Transport Centre 2,098.0

(ii) Expenditure Containment 7,646.0

9,744.0

Reduction

25 Purchases of Other Goods & Services 9,744.0

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Page 1

1 Auditor General’s Department Special Audit - Jamaica Development Infrastructure Programme (JDIP)

SPECIAL AUDIT REPORT OF THE

JAMAICA DEVELOPMENT INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAMME

(JDIP)

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June 10, 2021


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