GPRTU Suspends Increment Of Transports Fares

Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) and the Concerned Drivers Association of Ghana have suspended an increment of the passenger's fare but any fuel increment may compel them to increase it more than 10%

GPRTU Suspends Increment Of Transports Fares
GPRTU Executives

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) and the Concerned Drivers Association of Ghana have suspended an increment of passenger's fare which was pronounced to start on Monday 22/02 / 2020.

The National Concerned Drivers Association led by its Chairman William Osei issued a press release on Monday 15th February 2021 that there were going to be a 10% increment in lorry fares due to the surge in taxes of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) and Lubricants.

Speaking at the press conference, the chairman of the Concerned Drivers Association, Mr. William Osei disclosed that, the GPRTU and the Concerned Drivers Association have

agreed to suspend the increment of transport fares.

They have however warned that any fuel increment may compel them to increase it more than 10%.