Average Fare Paid by Commuters for Within City Journey Decreased by - 0.66% MoM in January 2021

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The Transport fare Watch report for January 2021 covers the following categories namely bus journey within the city per drop constant route; bus journey intercity, state route, charge per person; air fare charge for specified routes single journey; journey by motorcycle (Okada) per drop; and water way passenger transport.

 

Average fare paid by commuters for bus journey within the city decreased by -0.66% month-on-month and increased by 74.75% year-on-year to N352.15 in January 2021 from N354.49 in December 2020. States with highest bus journey fare within city were Zamfara (N600.00), Bauchi (N522.75) and Ekiti (N458.77) while States with lowest bus journey fare within city were Oyo (N189.46), Abia (N205.22) and Borno (N240.79).

 

Average fare paid by commuters for bus journey intercity decreased by -0.25% month-on-month and increased by 39.55% year-on-year to N2,346.41 in January 2021 from N2,352.19 in December 2020. States with highest bus journey fare intercity were Abuja FCT (N4,482.24), Lagos (N3,300.23) and Sokoto (N3,300.00) while States with lowest bus journey fare within city were Bayelsa (N1,600.45), Bauchi (N1,640.20) and Enugu (N1,687.45).

 

Average fare paid by air passengers for specified routes single journey increased by 0.02% month-on-month and by 18.27% year-on-year to N36,463.65 in January 2021 from N36,454.59 in December 2020.  States with highest air fare were Anambra (N38,600.00), Cross River/Jigawa/Lagos (N38,500.00), Bauchi (N38,400.00) while States with lowest air fare were Akwa Ibom (N32,450.00), Sokoto (N33,700.00), and Gombe (N35,000.00).

 

Average fare paid by commuters for journey by motorcycle per drop decreased by -11.60% month-on-month and increased by 95.22% year-on-year to N259.33 in January 2021 from N293.36 in December 2020. States with highest journey fare by motorcycle per drop were Taraba (N400.80), Yobe (N400.15) and Rivers (N400.00) while states with lowest journey fare by motorcycle per drop were Adamawa (N84.22), Katsina (N134.90) and Kebbi (N152.05).

 

Average fare paid by passengers for water way passenger transport increased by 3.68% month-on-month and by 38.58% year-on-year to N786.19 in January 2021 from N758.27 in December 2020. States with highest fare by water way passenger transport were Rivers (N2,280.00), Delta (N2,250.45) and Bayelsa (N2,200.10) while states with lowest fare by water way passenger transport were Borno (N245.10), Gombe (N290.77) and Kebbi (N340.00).

 

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