VIP announces 22% increase in fares across board


VIP announces 22% increase in fares across board

Managament of bus terminal VIP JEoun have announced new prices for the various routes they ply with an average of 22% increase across all routes.

Without stating the reason for the increment, it comes on the back of similar increments by the True Drivers, the Concerned Drivers Union and the GPRTU of the TUC.

Their increment was attributed to rise in fuel prices and general increased cost of Living in the country.

Also read: Brace for tougher times as transport fares are set to go up.

Other transport companies are expected to also announce new prices.

See the new VIP fares below as of 05/06/2021:

Fare increases as announced.

1. Accra to Kumasi EXECUTIVE Ghc 60.
2. Accra to Kumasi TOUR Ghc 50.
3. Accra to Sunyani Ghc 75.
4. Accra to Sampa Ghc 100.
5. Accra to Drobo EXECUTIVE Ghc 90.
6. Accra to Drobo TOUR Ghc 70.
7. Accra to Dormaa EXECUTIVE Ghc 85.
8. Accra to Dormaa TOUR Ghc 70
9. Accra to Techiman Ghc 75.
10. Accra to Nkoranza Ghc 75.
11. Accra to Kintampo Ghc 80.
12. Accra to Babani Ghc 60.
13. Accra to Bonsu Nkwanta Ghc 80.
14. Accra to Juaboso Ghc 90.
15. Sefwi Debiso Ghc 80.
16. Accra to Sankore Ghc 65.
17. Accra to Mim Ghc 55.
18. Accra to Mim Ghc 75.
19. Accra to Kasapii Ghc 70.
20. Accra to Suaman Dadieso Ghc 80.
21. Accra to Asante Bekwai Ghc 65.
22. Dunkwa Ghc 70.
23. Accra to Diaso Ghc 60.
24. Accra to Oboasi Ghc 65.
25. Accra to Wassa Akropong Ghc 65.

The rest are:

26. Accra to Tarkwa Ghc 60.
27. Accra to Bogoso Ghc 60.
28. Accra to Prestea Ghc 60.
29. Accra to Enchi Ghc 80.
30. Accra to Asankragua Ghc 75.
31. Accra to Tamale Ghc 135.
32. Accra to Yendi Ghc 140.
33. Accra to Bolga Ghc 155.
34. Accra to Wa Ghc 140.
35. Accra to Bawku Ghc 165.
36. Accra to Asante Mampong Executive ghc 65.
37. Accra to Asante Mampong TOUR Ghc 55.
38. Accra to Ejura Ghc 60.
39. Accra to Yeji Ghc 75.
40. Accra to Nandom Ghc 150.
42. Accra to Hamile Ghc 155.
43. Wa to Kumasi Ghc 80.

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