Ghana has come a long way in terms of its transport businesses and long before buses and commercial vehicles popularly known as 'trotro' were brought into the system we had 'boneshakers' or 'aroglass' vehicles. The transport sector has evolved to satisfy a wide range of sectors. Indeed, an efficient, cost effective and sustainable transport system is indispensable to the economic, social, environmental and political development of our countries.
In our part of the world, transport plays a critical role in addressing poverty and correcting rural and urban spatial planning distortions. Transport is also associated with significant environmental and health concerns including atmospheric pollution and climate change.
Before the advent of Metro Mass Buses to improve urban and rural transportation we had this buses popularly known as 'aroglass'. Passengers are awaiting at a bus terminal at Accra. This was the original 'trotro' back in the 1970s.
Some advantages of using this bus include: it's Improvement in transport safety, Reduction in road traffic congestion and travel time and also it's spacious size.
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