The Coalition of Transport Operators have disclosed that starting from Monday, February 7, transport fares will be increased by 30%.
Speaking in an interview with Accra-based Citi News, the Public Relations Officer of the Concerned Drivers Association, David Agboado, hinted that passengers should expect an upward adjustment of transport fares, starting from February 7, after a meeting with the sector Minister, Kwaku Ofori Asiamah.
“On Thursday, we met at TUC, GPRTU headquarters, and we have decided to increase the transport fares by 30%.
The measures we used to reach this decision are; the current increase in fuel prices, increase in the price of items we use, government charges amongst others. That is what we are going to charge after seeing the Minister on Monday”.
The decision to increase fuel prices follows a meeting between some 16 transport unions on Thursday, February 3, 2022.
The meeting was to discuss the recent increment in fuel prices, and the accompanying impact on commercial transport operators.
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