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Police arrest boda boda riders for carrying...

COVID-19 | TRANSPORT | The Police and Local Defence Unit (LDU) have carried out an operation at Nakulabye, a Kampala suburb and arrested boda boda riders...

In pictures: Taxis a no show as public transport...

In Kireka, some people reached the stage at 6.30am but couldn't see any taxi. Some waited on patiently while others resorted to walking to their destinations....

Mad rush back home for Christmas

It is a busy time of business and traveling as people scramble to get onto the next bus back home for Christmas.

When VIP guards turn rogue in traffic jam...

In some cases where motorists have been trapped in jam, they have been assaulted and their cars knocked or spoilt by drivers and guards of VIPs as they...

Uber aiming for stock market debut value...

Uber's keenly-anticipated initial public offering of shares is expected next month, and Bloomberg cited unnamed sources as saying it is considering pricing...

SACCOs: Kenyan taxi drivers impressed by...

The Kenyans say they want the Ugandan system of managing public taxi business be extended to their country.

Interpol develops new App, tightens security...

A certificate of good conduct is a document issued by a country’s Police indicating whether you have ever been convicted of a criminal offence or not....

Mbale truck drivers riot over award of tender...

Jacob Wamalwa, the chairperson of Mbale Truck Drivers and Owners Association, accused Mbale municipal council leaders of not giving them chance to manage...

French rail strikes ease as Macron vows he...

Commuters said they were tired of the delays but were finding ways of managing

Taxi! Companies line up to overhaul Japan's...

Uber is far from alone in targeting the market, with Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing and Japanese telecom firm SoftBank announcing a deal in early...

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