The Ministry of Transport in collaboration with drivers unions in the country have released new transport fare reflecting the 10% reduction earlier announced.
A joint statement from the Ministry and the Unions said the new fares indicates the earlier 15% increase in transport fares has now been reduced to 5% and the new fares will take effect Saturday, August 1, 2020.
As part of measures to normalize the public transport operations, commercial drivers have also been allowed to return to loading full capacity so they do not run at a loss, as they did during the COVID-19 social distancing restrictions.
In order to curb a conflict between commuters and drivers over the new fares, ABC News has put together all the approved fares agreed upon by the Ministry of Transport and all the Driver Unions.
Find below all the approved fares coming into force tomorrow: