Transport fares reduced by 10% effective August 1

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The Ministry of Transport has announced that transport fares have been reduced by 10% effective August 1, 2020.

This comes on the back of agitations by a section of the populace for a reduction in the fares since commercial vehicles are now loading full capacity.

Vice-Chairman of the Ghana Private Road Transport Union, Robert Sarbah, in an interview monitored by ABC News, indicated that the calls for a reduction in transport fares is a good cause adding that stakeholders in the transport sector have all agreed to reduce it.

Meanwhile, some drivers told ABC News they would rather prefer to maintain social distancing and charge the current fee since COVID-19 is still a risk.

Drivers and passengers kick against government’s full passenger capacity directive

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