Role Of The State In Ghana’s Road Transport System
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Role Of The State In Ghana’s Road Transport System
This paper explores the various roles of the state in the provision and regulation of public transportation in Ghana. It thus demonstrates how the Ghanaian Government is adequately involved in the provision, regulation and management of road transportation through its specialized agencies. The main conclusion and lessons drawn from this study is that notwithstanding the liberalization of the public transport industry, the state has not relinquished control.DownloadViews: 130

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