The Traffic Department, in partnership with the Antigua and Barbuda Transport Board, is rigorously enforcing legislation for designated disabled parking in St. John’s.
Superintendent Elson Quammie announced full law implementation with a $500 fine for violators. Strict measures include towing, fines, and potential clamping in the future.
Project Officer Sherrylaine Bowens emphasized the availability of disabled emblems, costing $175 for 12 months (permanent) and $120 for six months (temporary).
She cautioned against misuse of emblems for unauthorized parking in disabled spaces.