Also included in this article are: Metro mass contact numbers; Metro mass destinations; Metro mass extra value-added services; And a lot more. Corporate support from such entities as part of their social performance strategies has over the years brought great relief to communities. Accra intra-city (tro-tro) fares are: Accra-Achimota 1,600 cedis instead of 1,200 cedis; Accra-Kaneshie 1,000 cedis instead of 800 cedis; Accra-Madina is now 2,000 cedis instead of 1,500 cedis; Accra-Circle 1,000 cedis instead of 800 cedis; Teshie-Tema is now 2,000 cedis instead of 1,500; and Accra-Adenta, 2,600 cedis instead of 2,000 cedis. The GPRTU Transport Fare List for Highway indicated that the fare from Accra to Kumasi (Air-condition), 69,000 cedis to 73,000 cedis while non air-condition has been increased from 40,000 cedis to 44,000 cedis with Ford Transit from 55,000 cedis to 58,000 cedis and Benz 207 from 28,000 cedis to 52,000 cedis. [Note: The distance between cities in Ghana distance chart below is straight line distance (may be called as flying or air distance) between the two locations in Ghana calculated based on their latitudes and longitudes. 24 minutes ago, Akufo-Addo Opens Refurbished Passport Headoffice Such changes are dependent on time and distance. The new fare for Accra-Abetifi is now 17,000 cedis, up from to 13,000 cedis; Accra-Aflao (Urvan) from 30,000 cedis from 27,000 cedis; Accra-Tamale 85,000 cedis instead of 65,000 cedis. 39 minutes ago, Morocco Responds To Polisario Front Provocations In Guergara, Jerry John Rawlings: Saint Or Sinner? Rome2rio displays up to date schedules, route maps, journey times and estimated fares from relevant transport operators, ensuring you can make an informed decision about which option will suit you best. In recent years, the Ghanaian economy has suffered huge losses due to crop pests and diseases affecting both staple crops and cash crops. All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective owners. The fare for Koforidua-Kumasi regular bus service which was GH¢ 4. At the Kumasi station, transport fare from Koforidua to Kejetia Market in Kumasi increased from GHC 35.00 to GHC 40.00. The differences between the new and old fares range between 4,000 cedis and 20,000 cedis for inter city commuters, while intra city travellers would pay between 500 cedis and 900 cedis more for taxis and 400 cedis and 600 cedis more for "tro-tro". He said taxis operating from Koforidua to Oyoko, Jumapo and other towns outside Koforidua would charge GHC 2.50p which is an increase of 50 pesewas. For instance the fall armyworm (FAW), which emerged in Ghana in 2016, damaged... GES trains stakeholders on 'Back to School Advocacy Campaign', Education Directorate to set up taskforce to improve enrolment in basic schools, Bisa Kdei, John Legend and Usher feature in Hollywood Christmas movie, GNAT calls for peaceful and transparent elections, Bongberi residents appeal for health facility, Political leadership must preach peach, restrain supporters-MP, C.K Akonnor wants to augment squad ahead of Sudan game, Rawlings’ death dazes market women at Keta, President commissions refurbished passport head office, Former President Rawlings will be given a befitting burial – Prez Akufo-Addo, Ghana Association of Writers grieves over the passing of Rawlings, Ogyeahohuo Gyebi is new President of National House of Chief, Aluworks seeks 40 million dollar working capital to optimize operations, DCE laments takeover of agriculture lands by real estate developers, Agriculture sector remains resilient amidst COVID-19 scare, World Bank Group supports Ghana’s COVID-19 response, AFCON 2021 Qualifier - Ayew’s brace seals victory for Ghana, Ghanaian musicians eulogize former President Rawlings, PTA/SMC raise concern over lack of furniture at school, We did not expect this sudden departure- Akatsi residents still in shock, World Lebanese Cultural Union mourns Rawlings, Conference mourns demise of former President Rawlings, © 2020 Ghana News Agency.All Rights Reserved. Occasionally, he plays and interacts with young people at the park- one of his biggest achievements. At the Kumasi station, transport fare from Koforidua to Kejetia Market in Kumasi increased from GHC 35.00 to GHC 40.00. Koforidua to Asamankese fare is to increase from GHC 12.00 to GHC 15.00, while Koforidua to Swedru fare is to increase from GhC20.00 to GHC 25.00 and Koforidua to Akim Oda is to increase from GHC 20.00 to GHC2. Political parties have had their history in Ghana due to the instability that characterised the country's political space since the country gained independence in 1957 Political parties are formed with the ultimate objective of winning power to implement their policies and programmes as outlined in their manifestoes. Generally, these tickets will cost you between as low as 27 and as high as 132 GHC for local trips.