The right lane of the SG Headquarters segment of the Kwame Nkrumah Circle Osu trotro route is shown in this early morning photo. To avoid traffic and to npick passengers along the shoulder lane, trotro buses en route to Labadi, Nungua, Tema and Adenta would drive along the outer lane Continue Reading
The Atlantic Building is seen to the right as a Nima Tema Station trotro bus passes through the Kanda Highway. The Tema Station route begins from Nima, travels through the northern sections of Kanda, meanders across the Ministries and finally ends at Tema station in the South.
This photo shows the Labadi Palm Wine to 37 and Madina trotro route. The camera is facing the Lands Commission Airport junction traffic light near Elwak Stadium. Further ahead, the trotro station for Lapaz, Circle, New Town, Madina and Legon can be located right.
The Nayak building, a fabric store, is seen to the left as a trotro bus passes through Adabraka, a suburb in Northern Accra. Adabraka is a busy hub for trotro services because it links the busy commercial southern section of the city – Tudu, Railways, Post Office and Kingsway to Continue Reading
Atico junction, in Accra, is seen from a trotro bus. This bus is passing in front of the Mitsubishi Auto Dealership. The road left leads to and from Kaneshie and Mallam and the bus could either make a right turn to Dansoman through Hansonic Road at the right or move Continue Reading
The Independence Arch, a symbol of Ghana’s freedom, is seen from a Labadi bound trotro bus in Accra. The monument is located to the left side on eastern end of the High street street stretching from Jamestown to the Osu Stadium. Trotro buses from the Ministries to Osu will convey Continue Reading
The tree at palm tree fronds at the left provide shade for passengers at the Labone Accra trotro bus stop located near the coffee shop. The structure to the right with the car park is the Chase restaurant. Passengers who board trotro buses at this point will travel through Labone Continue Reading
Looking down the Labadi trotro station at Nkrumah Circle from the old Circle overhead that leads to Kokomlemle. The hi rise in the background is the GCB Tower that houses several offices. This picture was taken from the window seat of a trotro bus on its way to Accra through Continue Reading
A common scene from the back seat of a trotro bus. The bus is approaching the Ghana Cocoa Board offices. The north steps of the Ghana Supply Commission Building can be seen right as well as the workshop for Sabat Motors, a garage. The clothes in the median are the Continue Reading
In this photo, a Mercedes Sprinter trotro bus and a Nissan trotro bus move away from the Nima junction trotro bus stop near the Pyramid House on the Ring Road central. This junction is an important intersection that links Kanda to Kaneshie, and both of these pathways to Nima township. Continue Reading