At least three people have lost their lives following an accident involving a motorcycle and a commercial truck along the Saclepea-Tappita highway.
A fire that gutted a 36-seater bus on Tuesday, Oct. 3 along the Suakoko Highway was found to have been started by a container filled with fuel stored at the back of the bus.
A bus station being constructed for the National Transit Authority in Kakata continues to be abandoned. The contractor has not resumed work following a halt due to the Ebola outbreak.
A fatal road accident has killed three people in Gbarnga. The accident, involving a Mitsubishi silver jeep and a blue and black TVS motorcycle, occurred Saturday afternoon at the bridge entering Gbarnga from Monrovia.
The poor conditions of roadways in River Cess is causing a major concern, as the number of accidents are increasing and the county’s poor connectivity is impacting the earning potentials of local farmers and businesses.
Finding a ride in Monrovia during rush hour is a hectic experience, with commuters often seen jostling with each other for a better position to catch the next available seat in a taxi or on a bus.
Sam Collins, spokesperson for the Liberia National Police, has clarified an earlier statement he made in a Bush Chicken article suggesting that the police were considering imposing restrictions on subcompact vehicles in Monrovia.
Watch the video of riders, drivers, leaders of the union, and the police spokesperson giving their takes on the new restrictions on tricycles operating in Monrovia.