Transport fares across the country are expected to drop by 10%, effective Wednesday, May 17, following a projection of a drop in fuel prices.
The new fares will apply to shared taxis, intra-city buses, popularly called Trotro, intercity (long-distance) buses, and haulage vehicles.
The reduction in the prices of transport fares was announced following a joint press signed by Emmanuel Ohene Yeboah, General Secretary of Ghana Road Transport Coordination Council, and Godfred Abulbire, General Secretary of Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU).
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Transport Fares To Drop By 10% From Wednesday, May 17 (DETAILS)
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