Commuters should take note that there’s an increase in transport fares by 20 per cent. This is according to the Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU).
According to the union, the decision is a result of an increase in fuel prices over the last few months.
Transport fares increased by 15 per cent in February 2022, when fuel prices averaged GH¢6.4 per litre
A litre of fuel now sells around GH¢10 after crossing the GH¢8 per litre mark in the first week of March 2022.
The Union argues that the move has become necessary due to the increase in the prices of petroleum products.