From the dataset for national statistics, each segment has open data based on Economic, Labour Market and Earnings, Demographic & Social Statistics and Censuses. Each category can be clicked and the option to download statistics in CSV, PDF, XLS, etc.
Map includes satellite imagery and annotation. Download does not appear to be possible and data is not openly licensed.
Data is only available to 2012, there is no explicit licensing.
Third party sources: NationMaster is a third party site that provides data derived from UN and NGO reports. Upon looking at the Pollutant Emissions dataset, it shows the ranking of Jamaica for each of the categories that contribute to pollution within the country. There is no link to the underlying data but the relevant reports are referenced.
Data on parliamentary election results is available in detail as a PDF and in summary as PDF and HTML.
Data including budgets, budget memoranda, presentations to parliament and revenue measures are all available from the site. There is no clear license within the PDF documents and a copyright (all rights reserved) statement on the website itself.
Jamaica Urban Transit Company Limited is a government agency managing public transport system.
The dataset for transport timetables are all available online. The numbers can be found on http://jutc.com/busterminals.php and you go to http://jutc.com/timetables.php and enter the bus number shown from the first link. When you click go, you will be shown details regarding that bus and a link that has its time schedule. Click the link and you will find the times for each destination port.
Legislation that has been passed by the Houses of Parliament and brought into effect prior to 2010 is hosted by the Ministry of Justice. Acts of Parliament 2009-2014 are available on the Jamaica Parliament website.
All documents are PDFs of scanned paper documents and therefore not easily machine readable.
Data is held by the Companies Office of Jamaica. It is possible to manually search for companies by name, which will provide the company number, name, industry and status but no further details. There is no browsable or downloadable dataset.
Documents are currently recorded manually in registers and in computer based databases...Customers are at present able to access company names via the computer and within the next 2 years will be able to view documents of all companies and registered trade marks
No data available at a detailed transactional level.
As per Wikipedia: There was a plan to introduce postal codes in Jamaica, first announced on June 6, 2005. On February 12, 2007 it was announced that the postcode project had been suspended indefinitely. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postal_codes_in_Jamaica
The legacy postcodes are available from a third party service: http://postalcodedb.com/AlphabeticSearch.aspx?country=Jamaica
Site description: Based from the Postcode/Zipcode dataset, the cities are in alphabetical order. In order to find the city, you will have to click the letter. Then it will direct you to a list of cities. When you select the city name, you will find its postcode there. Then clicking the postcode will lead you to a map and while zooming in the map, you will find the city in its parish location.
- Georg Neumann
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- Tryggvi Björgvinsson
- Mor Rubinstein
- Zach Christensen
- Nisha Thompson
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- Rebecca Sentance
- Neal Bastek
- Codrina Maria Ilie
- Mor Rubinstein
- Bruce HooFung
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- Georg Neumann