Published: 2018-08-29 11:10
Last Updated: 2018-08-29 12:43
Prime Minister Omar Razzaz has just made Jordanian citizens’ lives much easier.
On Tuesday, the PM launched eight new e-services as part of the services offered by the Greater Amman Municipality (GAM). This also falls under the Electronic government project, planned to be completed by the end of 2020.
The e-government project, which is implemented in collaboration with the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, and the Ministry of Public Sector Development, aims at saving citizens time and effort by offering a more advanced customer service.
Razzaz praised GAM’s efforts in improving public transportation, green spaces and public parks, pointing out that there are now 136 modern public busses on the roads, which is a great step forward.
The premier urged GAM to do more work to promote green spaces in Amman, and to link the Bus Rapid Transit project - now underway - with the city of Zarqa, as well as introduce new entertainment and recreational facilities and build playgrounds for youth.
The new e-services include:
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