Jamaican Infrastructure Operator Limited (JIO) is the company contracted to operate and
maintain Highway 2000 East-West tolled motorways on behalf of Trans Jamaican Highway
Limited, the project developers granted a 35-Year Concession by the Government of Jamaica
in 2002 to design, finance, construct, maintain and operate the first toll roads under a
JIO is committed to ensuring the highest service delivery standards of a world-class motorway operating 24 hours per day covering toll collections, traffic management, roadside assistance and safety interventions along the following highway corridors.
Highway 2000 East-West was opened in phase segments and lengths as follows:
- Sandy Bay to Bushy Park, 12 km opened September 2003
- Bushy Park to Kingston (with a connection through to Spanish Town), 22 km opened December 2004
- Portmore Causeway, 6 km (with 6 km of an upgraded secondary, non-tolled link road from Municipal Boulevard to the Portmore Dyke Road for connections to and from the Sandy Bay to Kingston leg), opened July 2006
- Sandy Bay to May Pen, 10.5 km opened August 2012
Toll Plazas are located at Vineyards, Spanish Town, Portmore and May Pen and are equipped with personnel-operated manual lanes for cash-collections and fully automated Electronic Toll Collections (ETC) or T-Tag lanes, with some lanes offering a mix or manual/ETC options.
JIO maintains a Quality, Safety and Environment (QSE) Management system that is certified to ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 standards.