Appiah Danquah Soko trotro station

Soko trotro station. Also called Appiah Danquah Soko. Along the Adote Obuor loop, adjacent to the Mabrouk Football Park. Accra Bus terminal for trotro buses plying Radio Gold, Kaneshie, Mamprobi, Latebiorkorshie, Abossey Okai, Kaneshie, CIrcle, Dansoman. Appiah Danquah is an indigenous name in Ghana.

Frafraha Dodowa road trotro station

Frafraha trotro station. Located at the hotel junction. Transport services to Adenta, Madina, 37 and Agbogba. A transit line in the eastern most communities of Accra serving commuters to and from the outskirts of the city.

Sakaman trotro station in the south west transport line

Sakaman trotro station. Close to the Mallam highway. Offers transit services for commuters to Accra, Dansoman, Agege, Mallam, Abeka Lapaz, Korle Gonnor, Korle Bu, Chorkor. Sakaman means “city funded by Saka”

Tse Addo trotro station near Labadi

The Tse Addo trotro station is off Tse Addo High Street in Accra. Buses to Tsui Bleoo, Rasta, Labadi, Teshie, Nungua, 37, Spintex. Tse Addo means “King Addo”

East Legon Adjiriganor block factory trotro station

East Legon Adjiriganor block factory trotro station. Transport to Madina, Ashalley Botwe, Legon, Bawaleshie, Adenta, Airport, Abeka Lapaz, Achimota. Legon inthe Ga languageofthe people of Accra translates as “hill of knowledge”