Statement | As an integral agency under the Ministry of Transport and Housing, the Road Traffic Department is responsible for the collection of revenue from vehicle licensing and inspection fees.
On an annual basis, the revenue from the Road Traffic Department exceeds 60 million
This revenue is critical in supporting the programmes and initiatives of the Government of The Bahamas and covers the operating costs of the Road Traffic Department. The revenue must be protected.
To ensure the integrity of revenue collected, numerous processes and procedures have been implemented.
Additionally, several audits have been undertaken to ensure that employees act in accordance with the established protocols of the Department.
The Ministry is aware of allegations and discord in the public domain between two employees at the Road Traffic Department.
While it is not the policy of the Government of The Bahamas to publicly comment on internal staff matters, the Ministry takes grave exception to personal allegations against employees being made public while the allegations remain under investigation by independent parties.
Public Officers are reminded of the provisions of General Orders which disallows public
statements on any matter.
The Ministry continues to foster and encourage a harmonious and respectful working environment at the Road Traffic Department and all agencies under its remit.
The Ministry remains strongly committed to strengthening the audit and compliance oversight of the Road Traffic Department and will not be deterred its efforts to safeguard the Government’s revenue stream.