How BuuPass is riding on low budget, efficiency to solve Africa’s road ticketing problem 

Road transportation remains the most ubiquitous means of transporting goods and people across the African continent, making it a key driver of economic growth and intra-African trade activities. Yet, certain inadequacies limit road transport from reaching its potential. First, good road infrastructures need to be developed at a matching pace with Africa’s rapid population explosion. Second, for players like BuuPass aiming to defy the odds by leveraging technology, slow adoption due to low disposable income across major cities inhibits mass scale, slackens the progress of road ticketing and leaves passengers, who often have to queue for hours to get rides, more frustrated.

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