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Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA (Liberia ) : Public Transport recovery measures

vendredi 26 juin 2020

The Ministry for Kampala Capital City and Metropolitan Affairs organized on 6th May 2020 a stakeholder’s consultative meeting including Ministry of Works and Transport, Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Uganda Police Force, the Lord Mayor of KCC, The Resident City Commissioner and the Speakers of the Authority among others. A draft technical report, which is being discussed, was leaked to the press prematurely. The team has identified key challenges facing the sector.

Following the opening up of public transport on 4th June 2020, Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) and the Ministry of Works and Transport started the process of registering all Commuter public transport operators to regulate operations of the industry. This registration is being conducted at Old Kampala Secondary School and Kitante Primary School.

As at 3rd June 2020 over 3000 Taxis and 500 Buses and their drivers/owners plying various routes in the country have been registered including those operating upcountry destinations across the country. The passengers who would like to travel upcountry are unable to continue living in the city due to economic impact of COVID 19 and the cost of living.

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