Greater Accra Minister, Nii Armah Ashitey, will today announce a resolution of the impasse between the GPRTU and Urban Transport Project – implementers of the Bus Rapid Transit system.

Six months ago, the Ghana Private Road Transport Union threatened a mass sit-down strike if concerns it raised about BRT were not addressed.

The GPRTU kicked against a 100 cedi levy by the AMA for a route registration exercise.

Project Communicator for the Urban Transport Project, Kwadwo Antwi told Joy News the resolution was reached by all parties.

“We have found a way to work together as operators and as government,” he noted.

Source: Joy News/Ghana

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