Coming To Kumasi: Here Are The 11 Major Trotro Bus Stations In Kumasi You Must Know!!

Welcome to Kumasi, in case it’s your first time here, here is some few first-time information you will need to move around.

The Trotro is Ghana’s commercial buses will give you access to most of the main parts of the city and so it is good to know where to board them.

Here are the main trotro stations in Kumasi.

1. Kejetia

Kejetia is the hub of all the trotro stations and the only place you can find all the trotros in the city leading to all the various destinations within and out of the city. No matter your destination, Kejetia is the one-stop station.

kejetia market



2. Suame

This station is mainly for trotros transporting food from the villages into the city although it also has some transporting passengers. Most of the cars located here mainly ply the Mampong road.


3. Dr. Mensah

All trotros leading to Suame, Manhyia, Agona, Tafo, Buokrom, Sepe, Sawaba etc. are located here.


4. Central Market

Most of the trotros here ply Atonso Bokro, Ahinsan, Accra, Nkawkaw, Konongo etc.


5. Aboabo Station

If you are in search of a trotro that will get you to Tech (KNUST), Sepe Timpom, Asokore Mampong, Buoban, Nima, etc. this is the best place to board a trotro.


6. Tech Junction

If you’re at KNUST and needs a trotro to Santasi, Buoban, Patasi etc. this is the best place to board such a trotro.

trotro tv show


7. Roman Hill

Atonso, Ahinsan, Ahodwo, Tech, etc. is where most of the trotros located here ply.


8. Asafo Market

Those in need of commercial buses heading to Accra, Cape Coast, Sunyani, Suhum, Nsawam, Tema, etc. this is the best place to board a trotro.


9. Bantama Station

All trotros leading to Ohwim and all the towns and villages along this route can be boarded here. The famous Kuffour buses leading to all the 3 Northern regions and Cape Coast are located here.


10. Tafo Station

All trotros headed to Adum, Kejetia and other environs are located here.


11. Sofoline Station

This station is the second largest to Kejetia and plies almost all the towns and villages within and out of Kumasi.

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