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Gambia: Police PRO Concerned Over Increase in Road Accidents

 The public relations officer of the Gambia Police Force (GPF) has lamented the sustained increase in automobile accidents on Gambian roads, stressing the need for traffic regulations to be respected with a view to averting calamities. ASP David Kujabi was speaking to the Daily Observer Monday afternoon.

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The deadly road accidents

The upward spiral in the number of road accidents in the country is a grave cause for alarm.
Earlier in April, we reported a road accident which claimed the lives of four people along the Senegambia Highway.
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Gambia: GNTCA Rectify the New Transport Tariff As Passengers and Drivers Continue to Clash

The Gambia National Transport Control Association (GNTCA) has made some rectifications on the new transport tariff which was effective on the 11 of July 2013. This adjustment was done following the frequent conflict that occur between the passengers and the commercial drivers regarding the Tariff mainly within the Kanifing Municipality less than 12 days after the beginning of its implementation.

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22nd July: 19 years on

The road network has also improved remarkably. As for telecommunications, there are now four GSM companies operating successfully in The Gambia. But transportation is still in a difficult state, especially with the absence of the GPTC buses on the road.

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Gambia: Drivers and Passengers Speak After Increase of Fares

Following the increases in the fares of commercial vehicles by the Gambia National Transport Control Association (GNTCA) across the country, Foroyaa assigned reporters to visit the various garages and taxi collection points in the Kanifing Municipality on the first days after the coming into effect of the new tariff on Thursday,11 July, in order t

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