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Traffic Flows Freely On Kasoa Strech As Gov’t Abolishes Toll Collection

The heavy traffic congestion the Kasoa route is noted for has reduced drastically as government abolishes toll collection on all major roads in Ghana.


The Accra-Cape Coast route which is a traffic prone stretch after the directive by the Ministry of Roads and Highways for the cessation of the collection of road and bridge toll natiowide has seen a flow of traffic.

Despite the traffic government abolishing the toll collection, pinaxnews.com upon visiting the area observed that motorists who use the stretch slow down a bit with the intent of making payment the later realize it is vacant.

”I think this new development is a very good move. We no longer have to waste time in queues. I believe this will lessen the traffic situation here.”

”I must confess this is really a good idea. The bus I was in didn’t have to waste time queuing to pay tolls as has been the practice,” – A Commuter said.

Meanwhile some hawkers on the stretch have complained about the toll abolishment affecting their business drastically.

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