Transportation prices have been increased by 10 percent. This takes effect starting Monday, September 16, 2019.
This increase will include long-distance services, commonly known as Trotro, long-distance vehicles, and general taxes.
The new tariff was set after discussion amid the Ghana Private Road Transportation Union (GPRTU), the Ghana Road Transport Coordinating Board and the Ministry of Transport.
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So, in their decision, they took into account the increase in prices of various constituents responsible for the provision of commercial transportation services in the country, including petroleum products.
Kwame Kuma, head of the GPRTU, told reporters that all drivers are expected to comply with agreed rates.
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