After seven months of being grounded, the Aayalolo vehicles under the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system are back on the road, but on a different schedule. Unlike the previous schedule, which made room for buses to operate throughout the day, the buses would now only operate in the peak hours every morning and evening. The move is to help sustain operations of the bus service. The BRT was introduced in 2016 with designated lanes but operations were grounded last November due to financial constraints which hindered fuel purchase for the buses as well as payment of staff and management. At the time of grounding the buses, a Deputy Transport Minister, Daniel Nii Kwartei Titus-Glover, said the company needed an amount of GH¢500,000 to fully operate.Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, and the system hopes to start its services on the Adenta-Accra and Dawenya-Accra stretches soon. Meanwhile, designated lanes for the Bus Rapid System on the Kwame Nkrumah Circle to Tesano and beyond have been taken over. Some commercial drivers have parked their vehicles on the bus lanes.