The energy towards the 13th African Games is getting stronger each and every day as sports fans in Ghana and across Africa are ever-ready to kick-start the biggest sporting event on the African continent.

With over 54 countries visiting Ghana to take part in this big event, the organisers of the games have dutifully set up a proper transportation plan to aid athletes and fans of the various countries coming to grace the 13th edition of the African Games.

The Local Organising Committee (LOC) has strategically positioned a good transportation system to aid in the smooth and safe movement of all participating countries preparing to come to Ghana for the big event.

The local organising committee has assured athletes, team officials, dignitaries, technical officials, volunteers, media, and guests involved in the games a welcoming atmosphere.

The official Transport Management Operation (TMO) will start on February 25, 2024, with over three hundred and thirty-two (332) fleets of vehicles available at the service of participants.

The Borteyman Sports Complex, which is the ground for most of the games, has been designated with twelve long buses and eight mini buses to help transport team officials and some athletes to the venue.

The Lagon Sports Village will host over twenty-two games, making it the venue with the highest number of games. The Sports Village will use twenty-three long buses and five mini buses.

The transport system will also pay key attention to the medical side, where a number of vehicles will be allocated to medical duties in relation to the games. The medical team will use fifteen ambulances, seven minibuses, and three saloon cars.

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Below are some vehicles to be used at the 13th African Games:

Land Cruisers: 29

Prado, 3

Saloon: 106

Waggon 78

Team Bus Marco Polo, 55

Ayalolo, 30

Minibus: 26

Trucks: 5

Source gbcghanaonline.com

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