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Transport fares to be reviewed soon, prices expected to be reduced

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The year 2017 seems to be starting on a good note for many Ghanaians as the Ghana Road Transport Coordinating Council, (GRTCC) reveals plans to review transport fares across the country.

Good news! Transport fares to be reviewed soon, prices expected to be reduced

Transport fares are reviewed in Ghana every two years

The move, according to the council, will be in collaboration with the new transport ministry President Nana Addo puts in place.

General secretary of the GRTCC has in an interview with Citi News revealed that the new fares, if approved, will be fair to both government, the public and commercial drivers.

“As our practice has been, we reduce transport fares twice every year. We will call for a meeting that will look at the current fuel prices and we will follow it up with a meeting with the Ministry of Transport.We don’t want to cheat the public, neither will we let government or the public to cheat the transport operators, we will go to the table, take our prices from the market and compare with inflation and all the other factors that determines our transports fares.” he noted

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