A Ghanaian Hiplife artiste, Tic Tac has taken another giant step by collaborating with the Greater Accra Passenger Transport Executive (GAPTE), managers of the Quality Bus System (QBS), popularly known as ‘Aayalolo’, to help improve Intra-city transportation in the country.
According to the popular hiplife artiste, the whole idea is to give exposure to Aayalolo bus services while promoting his new music album as well. Adding that, patronizing the Aayalolo bus will also go a long way to help him reconnect with his fans.
This he said, Aayalolo boast of 10,000 passengers per day. It in this regard we decided to complement each other’s activities by creating this platform for advocacy”, he noted.
Adding that, they want all Aayalolo customers to feel part of their 1st anniversary celebration.
“To ensure the safety of passengers, they have fitted Wi-Fi and USB cables for mobile phones and modern technologies that allows communication between the buses and the bus stops over GPRS.
To access the bus services one needs an Aayalolo smart card which can be purchased from ticket vendors at their terminals and bus stops. You can also top your card at the vendors or via the mobile phone.
Tic Tac, however, entreated Ghanaians to embrace Aayalolo bus system since it will help deal with the challenges associated with transportation in the major corridors of the cities, especially the city of Accra.
“We take this opportunity to encourage all commuters on the Amasaman to Tudu route to join aayalolo for a nice experience. It is Safe, Convenient, Reliable and a Quality bus service”.
For the new customers, Aayalolo offers 3 scheduled bus services from Amasaman, Ofankor and Achimota to Tudu.
Some of the features you can find on Aayalolo are; it uses Electronic Ticketing System, Disability Friendly for both Boarding and Sitting, Real Time Passenger Information System, Quick Boarding and Alighting as the bus can kneel and some dedicated lanes for rapid movement.
By: Isaac Kofi Dzokpo/Newsghana.com.gh