The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) is extending its working hours. Now, all NTSA Banking Halls and Offices will operate, Monday to Friday, from 7.30am to 6.00pm.
The transport authority states the move is to improve service provision. The transport authority becomes another government facility to extend hours following in the footsteps of Huduma Kenya.
Also, NTSA is making special arrangements to clear the backlog of uncollected number plates. In order to achieve this, the authority will open its offices on the two upcoming Saturday.
So, tomorrow Saturday the 30th of September and next Saturday the 7th of October. On these two Saturdays, the NTSA offices will be open from 8.00Am to 4.00Pm.
Last year October, NTSA began issuance of the new digital Number plates. Drivers in the country were given up to 18 months to replace their old number plates.
The transport authority becomes another government facility to extend hours following in the footsteps of Huduma Kenya.
TIMS (Transport Integrated Management System) is NTSA’s portal where Kenyans can access a variety of NTSA’s services.
This includes application for a smart driving licence, application for a duplicated logbook, motor vehicle registration, motor vehicle inspection booking, transfer of ownership, and motor vehicle record search.
This self-service portal is also where Kenyans can apply for the new reflective digital number plates. The application cost is KES 3050. Once they are ready, vehicle owners receive SMS notifications on collection of the number plates.
The vehicle owners are asked to visit the centres they identified during the application process.