Saturday, August 13, 2022

Temporary Suspension Of Services At Southern Office Of Division Of Transport

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Press Release:–  The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Transport wishes to remind
the general public that the Division of Transport’s Vieux Fort Office will be closed to the public on Wednesday December 8th and Thursday, December 9th, 2021.

During the closure, staff will complete the requisite training in preparation for the rollout of the new motor vehicle registration module under the digiGov platform.

Following the rollout of the new module, ALL drivers and vehicle related service applications can be made on our digiGov platform (www.digigov.govt.lc)

In the interim, members of the public, particularly motorists in the south of the island are encouraged to utilize the digiGov platform for all driver’s license related transactions.

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The Division of Transport’s Union Office remains open for transactions related to vehicle registration.

The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Transport regrets any inconvenience caused to the public as a result of the temporary closure.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Everything in Government runs slow and confusing unless you have some relative or someone who knows you in Ministries. The union office is no different from your experience. The thing is they will use one statement that is completely non important to make one become relevant.

  2. The waste of time officers in the South. I am saying this because when you go to this office at 3pm you will not be served. The only reason given is that the treasury closes at 3pm. Isn’t that ridiculous? I asked whether they can process my documents prior to payment so that I can proceed to the treasury first thing the following day. Their response was no. The following day, before going back to that office, I went to the treasury, which was empty. On arriving at the transport office about 8:10 am there were about 12 clients on a cue. You can imagine how long I had to wait. If my documents were processed the day before, I would have returned to the transport Office at about 8:10 the morning just to collect my sticker, which would have been on a different (priority) cue.

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