List of Bus Companies in Tanzania
This post list bus companies in Tanzania. An important factor in the development of society is transportation. Yes, the movement of people, goods, and services from one point to another is absoluter necessary. Without it there can be no progress, no sustainable development, both in the mental development of the society or in the economy of the region.
Therefore bus companies or bus lines play very important role in the transportation area of the economy. They help people travel from one place to another taking along their knowledge or expertise, as well as goods and whatever service they offer. Without bus companies, society would soon go back to the age of horse-drawn carts and buggies where it took weeks to travel distance that we now travel in day or two.
Public Bus service in Tanzania is not unregulated Industry. There are several goverment agencies concerned with the development of this Industry, and the provision of quality service to the general public. Other responsible bodies have also taken an interest in the bus service sector, so as to help them grow and ensure stability in the Industry, which in turns translate to a better life for the general public in Tanzania. We highlight some of them below:
The Land Transport Regulatory Authority (LATRA)
The Land Transport Regulatory Authority (LATRA) is a Government Regulatory Authority established by the Act of Parliament No. 3 of 2019. The Act repelled the act of the former regulator, Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA). The Authority is set to regulate the land transport sectors particularly, transportation of goods and passengers (commuter buses, inter city buses, goods carrying vehicles, taxi, motor cycles and try cycles), railways and cable transport. LATRA has its Head Office in Dar es Salaam, and has regional offices in all twenty six (26) regions of the Mainland Tanzania.
Tanzania Bus Fares as per (LATRA)
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