Jun 30, 2009, 7:07 AM
Gambia Transport Service Company (GTSC) has put in place a new International
Express Service from Banjul to Koundara in Guinea Conakry.
The International Express Service buses will be launched on Sunday 8 January at the GTSC complex in Kanifing.
Called “The Gambia International Service”, the new product will be running from the Kanifing Depot in Gambia to Koundara in Guinea Conakry four times in a week.
The objective of the new product is to offer reliable and affordable service to Gambians, and the general public both within and outside the country.
The transportation cost from Kanifing to Koundara is pegged at D1,440 per person until end of January 2017.
The new product is a “reliable service”, according to GTSC officials, and buses are equipped with A/C and fans, free refreshments (free snack and drink), in-bus video for entertainment, spacious seats, first aids kits, very comfortable seats, experienced staff and a fast service.
Other key product features of the new product are luxury midi couch, air conditioning, fans, seat belts, curtains, fire extinguisher, first-aid kits, in-bus entertainment.
The new international service, which also offers a speedy trip to Koundara will be officially launched on Sunday 8 January 2017, at the GTSC headquarters at the Kanifing Deport.
According to GTSC officials, about eleven institutions are invited to grace the occasion, and “it will be a unique activity in the history of GTSC”.
The GTSC officials wish to urge the general public to patronise them, as “this is the most reliable and affordable service in the market”.
Customers are further advised “to say no to poor service”, and the management of company wishes all “the best for money with no hidden costs”.