Metro Mass Transit (MMT) Limited has taken delivery of 29, 47-seater buses to augment its fleet, with the view to improve on its services.
The buses will be used on the Accra-Tamale, Accra-Bolga, Accra-Kumasi, Accra-Bawku, Takoradi-Kumasi, Kumasi-Wa, Kumasi-Bolga, Kumasi-Tamale and Kumasi-Hamile routes.
They were handed over to the acting Managing Director of the MMT Limited, MrAlbert Adu Boahen, by the Board Chairman of the company, Mr Ahmed Arthur, at a brief ceremony in Accra yesterday.
The new addition brings the company’s buses which are operational to 379.
The MMT Limited was established by the government in 2003 with the mission of providing safe, affordable, efficient and reliable transport for commuters.
The shareholders include SIC Insurance Company Limited, the National Investment Bank (NIB), the Ghana Oil Company (GOIL), the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB), the Prudential Bank Limited and the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT).