Provide more buses for easy commuting

Provide more buses for easy commuting

The bad nature of the Kasoa road

 Dear Editor,

I am writing to bring to the attention of the concerned authorities, a pressing issue that affects our community: the lack of adequate public transportation.

As a daily commuter, I have witnessed lots of people experience firsthand the frustration and inconvenience of unreliable and infrequent bus services.

The current public transportation system is inadequate, with long waiting times, inadequate buses, and limited routes.

People are always spotted at some of the stations at Kwame Nkrumah interchange (Circle), forming long queues waiting for a bus to either board to go to work or home after a stressful day at work.

This sometimes results in absenteeism from work because one would not get a car home on time; that may lead to decrease in productivity.

Moreover, it excessively affects low-income residents who rely heavily on public transportation before going to work.

However, these long queues often seen at the stations are partly the fault of drivers who refuse to go to a particular destination due to the bad nature of the roads leading to these destinations.

Some also refuse going to a destination because they want to avoid traffic.

I would appreciate if the government look into poor roads and fix them so that drivers can safely transport individuals to their destinations.

I believe that by working together, we can create a more sustainable, equitable, and connected community.

Elizabeth Agyeibea Ackon,


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