Modern Coast buses back on the road after NTSA okay

By , K24 Digital
On Tue, 17 Dec, 2019 11:42 | < 1 min read
6 Modern Coast buses that were transporting passengers to different destinations from Msa., were on Tuesday intercepted at Mariakani and Voi. [PHOTO | FILE]
6 Modern Coast buses that were transporting passengers to different destinations from Msa., were on Tuesday intercepted at Mariakani and Voi. [PHOTO | FILE]
6 Modern Coast buses that were transporting passengers to different destinations from Msa., were on Tuesday intercepted at Mariakani and Voi. [PHOTO | FILE]

Modern Coast buses have resumed operations after the National Transport Safety Authority (NTSA) inspected their fleet over the weekend.

Their fleet was grounded last week after two its buses collided on December 12, 2019, along Mombasa-Nairobi highway, killing seven passengers and injuring scores of others.

"We are pleased to inform all our passengers that we have received permission from NTSA to resume normal scheduled bus services from 1.00 pm today the 17.12.2019," said Modern Coast on Tuesday.

A source at NTSA confirmed to the K24 Digital that the company had been allowed to resume operations.