TRACAS repositions to tackle gridlocks, increase IGR
Transport Corporation of Anambra State (TRACAS) has established at least 45 terminals across the federation to tackle gridlock and increase the number of vehicles on its fleet.
This was disclosed when the state governor, Willie Obiano, commissioned the latest Dike Park Terminal near the ever-busy Eke-Awka Main market. Obiano expressed hope that an increase in public transport demand will help alleviate the transport challenge among the masses.
Obiano, accompanied by the Senior Special Assistant on Transport and TRACAS, George Udedibia said the government has provided an opportunity to help the agency’s staff perform optimally and conscientiously to generate enough funds to meet the government’s financial needs.
Represented by the Commissioner for Transport, Afam Mbanefo, the governor charged the TRACAS to work harder to increase the transport company’s terminals to meet the yearnings of the commuters.
He pointed out that the agency has lived up to expectation as the transport brand to market the state in addition to its core responsibility.
Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Ify Madukasi, stressed that the new terminal would help complement others in beefing up the internally generated revenue (IGR) of the state, calling on park managers in the state to work with relevant agencies to sustain the development of the sector.
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