With only a day before the end of the government’s latest traffic ticket amnesty, Tax Administration Jamaica, TAJ, says it has collected $150-million.

Director of Communications at TAJ, Merris Haughton spoke with Nationwide News.

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Ms. Haughton says 11 locations islandwide will be opened tomorrow to accommodate last minute payments.

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TAJ is reminding motorists that they must have the traffic ticket or traffic ticket number to make a payment in office or online.

Persons are advised to contact the Jamaica Constabulary Force special Traffic Ticket Call Centre at 948-0411 for information on outstanding tickets.

The latest amnesty started on November 27 last year.

The previous amnesty period, which ran from August 2 to October 31 last year, resulted in the collection of more than $590-million.

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