KCC’s move has solved traffic jams

Editor, The recent move to relocate public commuter buses from the city centre to the outskirts has eased traffic jam especially during peak hours. Before then, it was problematic to move quickly through the the area. This must be enforced as it has created a sense of order and peace within the city centre. The association of public commuter operators (ATRACO) should also address the shortage of public service vehicles especially during rush hours.
Relocation of commuter taxis to Muhima eased traffic jam in city centre. The New Times / File photo
Relocation of commuter taxis to Muhima eased traffic jam in city centre. The New Times / File photo

Editor,

The recent move to relocate public commuter buses from the city centre to the outskirts has eased traffic jam especially during peak hours.

Before then, it was problematic to move quickly through the the area. This must be enforced as it has created a sense of order and peace within the city centre. The association of public commuter operators (ATRACO) should also address the shortage of public service vehicles especially during rush hours.

I wish KCC also intervenes to relocate hawkers from the city centre. They create confusion every time they see the city law enforcers, as they hurriedly scamper without  regard for other people. In the process, they knock down other road users.

We need an orderly city.

Noar Bamurange
Muhima, Kigali

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