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  • Montego Bay Perimeter Road - EIA Presentation (June 22, 2020)

    Montego Bay Perimeter Road - EIA Presentation handout (June 22, 2020)

  • Montego Bay Perimeter Road - Public Notification (April 27, 2020)

    The National Road Operating and Constructing Company (NROCC) Limited, Grantors for Highway 2000 has published the findings of Environmental Impact Assessment Study for the proposed Montego Bay Perimeter Road Project.

  • NRCA Construction Permit

    Construction of new highway; May Pen, Clarendon to Williamsfield, Manchester

  • Addendum to 2007 Environmental Impact Assessment Highway 2000 - Phase 1C May Pen to Williamsfield

  • Montego Bay Bypass Map

    Highway 2000 - Montego Bay Bypass Map, Proposed Alignment

  • Environmental Impact Assessment Oct. 2018 - TOR

    Montego Bay Bypass Terms of Reference - Environmental Impact Assessment October 2018. 

  • Alignment Map

    No Reports are currently available.

    Alignment Map Details

    Highway 2000 which was done by the French Canadian company, Dessau Soprin International with the assistance of 120 Jamaican professionals.  Subsequent to a pre-feasibility study conducted in 1996, a functional planning exercise was undertaken to identify and select the preferred alignment for Highway 2000.

  • Archaeological Impact Assessment

    It is an archaeological reconnaissance of an area or site to identify whether a development proposal has a potential archaeological dimension requiring further investigation.

  • Environmental Assessment

    This report entails the results derived from an inland vegetation, geology, hydrology and drainage and archaeological surveys for part of the first leg of the North South Highway Caymanas to Linstead. The section assessed is the proposed realigned section starting in the vicinity of the Caymanas intersection.

  • Environmental Impact Assessment

    Environmental Assessment for proposed Highway 2000 North South Link - Caymanas to Linstead. The Highway is being constructed in two main phases. Phase 1 covers a 72km distance from Kingston to Williamsfield. Phase 2 of the project is now being implemented and l comprise two corridors: an 86km section from Williamsfield to Montego Bay and a spur from Caymanas to Ocho Rios.

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