Transport operators in the country have agreed to adjust fares by 15 per cent, beginning Saturday, February 26, 2022.
They concluded negotiations on the increment after a marathon meeting on Monday.
The increment will affect shared taxis, intra-city popularly known as ‘trotro’ and intercity transport.
The drivers say the hike has been necessitated by the increase in the price of fuel and the economic hardship the country is facing, which has affected their work.
Member of the Communication Team of the Ghana Private Roads Transport Union (GPRTU), Samuel Amoah, urged the public to cooperate with the drivers to implement the new charges successfully.