This Silver Nissan Urvan trotro bus chooses the right lane at the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange at Circle. As the Kojo Thompson road ends, drivers have three options in direction – Go right to Obra Spot, straight to Lapaz or left to GCB Bank.
This Benz trotro bus is awaiting passengers at the Sabon Zongo Ayigbe Town junction. Bus stops are supposed to be temporary stops for vehicles but in the absence of the city authority law enforcement officers, some trotro buses spend a little more time in hope of finding passengers.
This 1980s Mazda trotro bus has had a lucky day – its full with passengers at a quarter distance of its journey. The driver has some oversize cargo in the trunk thats why its not closing well. Its amazing how trotro buses carry heavy loads. The trunk is strapped with Continue Reading
Trotro buses park at Mamobi trotro station annex. This location is behind the Holy Gardens area at Circle. It used to be the grounds for a popular hangout called Soja Bar which structures were demolished by the city authorities to make way for stalls. This picture was taken across the Continue Reading
This blue and white 1976 Benz trotro bus turns left to go to James Town Poly Clinic. Passengers hate this type of trotro bus because it has a congested cabib [ due to the short roof] and its successor, the Sprinter, offers more comfort and leg room. Trotro bus owners Continue Reading