Touching on the MMTL training programme, he said about 1,000 drivers selected from every part of the country where MMTL had a depot would be trained.
Albert Adu-Boahene, Managing Director of MMTL said road Safety was an issue that affected each and every individual irrespective of gender, tribe, political affiliation, education background, profession and social class.
'MMTL has, therefore, placed a high premium on safe and responsible driving, grounded on positive attitudes and I am proud to state that MMTL spends much of its training budget on driving training,' he said.
The MMTL managing Director added that this exercise would serve as a driving force towards the total achievement of the mission to offer affordable, comfortable, convenient, passenger-friendly, cost-effective and safe transport service to travelling public.
'It is my hope that sooner or later, safe and exemplary driving by MMTL drivers would excite the admiration of and pose a huge challenge, to drivers in other transport organisations,' Mr.