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NTSA plans mandatory cashless fare payment


It will soon be illegal to pay bus fare with cash as the government makes another attempt at digitizing payments in the Sh200billion matatu sector.

NTSA plans mandatory cashless fare payment

By Frankline Sunday | 11 months ago

Matatus threaten to withdraw services over poor state of roads in city

Matatus threaten to withdraw services over poor state of roads in city

Motorists in Kisumu are up in arms against the county government over the poor state of roads. Matatu Owners Association coordinator Sam Ndiege complained that the roads were often impassable when it rains and the flooding often causes a traffic snarl up.

Kevin Ogutu and Harold Odhiambo | 5 years ago

Safety of passengers should be priority

The matatu crackdown is a welcome move but emphasis should be on the safety of the passengers, the mechanical condition of the vehicles and restoring sanity in the transport industry.

Oscar Okoth | 5 years ago

NTSA should stop their PR gimmicks and save lives instead

NTSA's cracckdown on matatus sounds more like another PR strategy, what are they doing about the more serious issues on our roads?

Leonida Kombo | 5 years ago