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Railway Overview

The public passenger railway service in Jamaica was closed in October 1992, briefly revived in 2011, and closed again in 2012. The railway system is currently used by a private-public joint partnership with limited tracks majorly used for exporting bauxite and sugar cane.

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Jamaica Government Contact List

Railway Companies and Consortia

The Jamaican Railway Corporation (JRC) manages property and locomotives maintenance as part of a 30-year agreement with Windalco (West Indies Alumina Company), signed in November 1990.  


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