MELAKA: All Road Transport (JPJ) Department-related services are expected to be available on the MyJPJ application by 2025, said JPJ director-general Datuk Rospiagos Taha.
He said that the target was in line with the department’s desire to fully digitalise its services by 2025.
“However, it all depends on how well the system built on the MyJPJ application works,” he told Bernama after officiating the passing out parade of the 2023 JPJ Officer Basic Training Course here yesterday.
According to Rospiagos, for now, the public can use the app to obtain a few JPJ-related services, such as checking the status of their driver’s licence, road tax, summonses or demerit points.
“We are currently in an interim phase and in the midst of implementing a pilot project for the renewal of road tax and driver’s licence among JPJ staff to assess the level of stability of the system developed through the app,” he added.