Yesterday, President Museveni announced that Public Transport is now free to operate, having been suspended for over two months due to the COVID-19 crisis that has jeopardized the country’s economy.
Kampala taxi park
The President however added that the taxis shall carry only half the capacity of passengers so as to observe social distancing. Face Masks are also mandatory. Curfew remains &:00 pm.
In response to the strict measures under which public transport has been allowed to operate, taxi operators under their umbrella body Kampala Taxi Operators Association have released the revised price list detailing how much it will cost to move around Kampala and the surrounding areas.
“The new adjusted taxi fares are as follows, and can be revised upwards given the prevailing circumstances due to half capacity carriage policy issued by Government. Note that these fares apply to Kampala Metropolitan and surrounding Areas’ the press statement read in part.
Below are the Fares.
Kla-Bweyogerere, Kireka 4000 Kla-Mukono, Seeta 6000 Kla-Naalya, Kyaliwajjala 3000 Kla-Namugongo,Kira 4000 Kla-Kasangati, Gayaza 4000 Kla-kyebando, kikaya 3000 Kla-Nsangi, Maya 5000 Kla-Nakirebe, Mpigi 6000 Kla-Namuwongo, kisugu 3000 Kla-Makindye, Bunga, Nanganda 3000 Kla, Nsambya, Kabalagala 2000 Kla-Kalerwe,kanyanya, Mpererwe 3000 Kla-Matuga 4000 Kla-Ntinda 2000 Kla-Biina,Kitintale, Mutungo Luzira 3000 Kla-Muyenga, Bukasa 4000 Kla-Gaba, Kansanga, Munyonyo 4000 Kla-Mbuya, Bugolobi 2000 Kla-Kasubi, Masanafu, Namungoona 3000 Kla-Braise, Kawempe 3000 Kla-Rubaga, Wakaliga, Nateete 3000 Kla-Kiwatule, Najjera 3000 Kla-kisasi, Kyanja 3000 Kla-Salaama, Munyonyo 4000 Kla-Entebbe, Nkumba 8000 Kla-Lubowa, Kajjansi 4000 Kla-Najja, Namasuba 3000 Kla-Nyanama, Kabowa, Mutundwe, Bunamwaya 3500 Kla-Busega 4000 Kla-Bulenga 5000 Kla-Nansana, Wakiso 4000