About TransJam Highways

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About TransJam Highways

Providing quick & hassle-free travel along the East-West corridor of Jamaica

TransJamaican Highway Limited is the concessionaire of TransJam Highways (formerly Highway 2000 East-West); Jamaica’s first toll road and the largest infrastructure project in the English-Speaking Caribbean.

Our core business activity is the development, operation and maintenance of a tolled road network in Jamaica known as the “TransJam Highways” a 49.9km tolled motorway with two distinct corridors:

The motorway corridors are supported by four (4) toll plazas in Portmore, Spanish Town, Vineyards (in Old Harbour), and May Pen.

In December 2019, TJH became fully Jamaican owned, after having been owned by the two (2) French companies: Bouygues Travaux Publics and VINCI Concessions.

In December 2022, TJH acquired majority shares of JIO.
Our Subsidiary

Jamaican Infrastructure Operator Limited (JIO)

As the Operator of TransJam Highways, JIO manages, at the highest standards, all toll collection, sales and customer support offices, patrolling and surveillance of the road network, and routine maintenance of the infrastructure on behalf of TJH.

Our Toll Plazas


Opened in September 2003 in Old Harbour, St. Catherine. This was the first leg of the TransJam Highways.

Spanish Town

Opened in December 2004 to facilitate quicker travel between Spanish Town, St. Catherine and Kingston


Opened in July 2006 to act as the gateway between Portmore and Kingston

May Pen

Opened in August 2012 to provide easier commute between Clarendon and Kingston