NRC increases fares for Kaduna-Abuja rail service

NRC increases fares for Kaduna-Abuja rail service

The Nigeria Railway Corporation has announced new fares on its Kaduna-Abuja route with effect from this Monday.

The hike, which came into effect from Feb. 6, had taken most passengers by surprise, as 25 per cent have been added to the initial fare.

The NRC were seen handing over an unsigned list, which contained details of the new fares for tickets from the Rigasa station in Kaduna to Idu station in Abuja, including other sub stations along the route to passengers at the Rigasa station in Kaduna on Monday morning.

Passengers will now pay N1, 050 as against N600 for a standard ticket, and N1,500 instead of the N900 being paid for an executive seat from Rigasa to Idu.

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