The Liberian National Police has announced it will be reinforcing a policy to restrict certain zones to commercial motorcycles and tricycles.
Not long after 66km of paved roads linking Maryland and the Ivorian border were dedicated, residents are already reaping many benefits from the construction, with some reporting that public transportation fares have reduced by over 75 percent.
Members of the Maryland press community are mourning a colleague who died on March 12 following a tragic motorcycle accident two days earlier.
In an attempt to increase the number of financial transactions conducted by mobile money, Lonestar Cell MTN has launched a program to allow drivers in the transport sector to collect fares from passengers without fees using the digital platform.
The traffic and road safety division of the Liberia National Police has launched another round of road safety awareness in Buchanan, Grand Bassa.
The Ministry of Public Works has resumed pavement of two major streets in Greenville after the rainy season necessitated a nearly five-month break.
At least two persons have died and one injured in a tragic motorcycle accident in Pleebo.
After Liberian health authorities announced the second case of the Coronavirus disease, otherwise known as COVID-19, the Ministry of Transport has issued new restrictions for public transportation.