allAfrica.com : "Mobility in Kigali has been a priority in the last 15 years. The city set out to connect all suburbs with tarmac roads and drainages. Old fashion mini-buses were eliminated. 3 local bus companies were awarded 5-year contracts to transport more than 500,000 commuters every day.
The companies have the obligation to ensure that city commuters don't spend over 10 minutes at bus stage during rush-hours.
"We want to have all passengers cherish public transport, instead of spending heavily on cabs," said City Mayor Fidele Ndayisaba."
'via Blog this'