Our History

To rescue commuters from the nightmare, the Federal Government budgeted seven hundred million naira (N 700,000) for the Federal Urban Mass transit Program (FUMTP). Under this program FUMTP will purchase buses and allocate to mass transit companies set up by various state governments. These companies will operate the buses and pay back at 0% interest rate.

On the 8th September, 1988 Anambra Transport Corporation was launched by colonel Robert Akonobi, and RTD Captain Ude as the General manager of the corporation and Engr. Ralph Ndigwe as the deputy General manager. At the creation of Anambra state on the 27th August, 1991 the fleet of the corporation were divided among the two states Enugu and Anambra state, a new company TRACAS NIGERI LTDwas formed and move to Awka the new capital of Anambra state, TRACAS Hqts. KM 41/42 Enugu-Onitsha Expressway PMB 5032, Tel 08066291715,Awka Anambra State, the new company was incorporated in 1992 while its first board of directors was inaugurated on 23rd October, 1992 with chief Ernest Nwokoye as chairman and Engr. Ralph Ndigwe as the general Manger.

The functions of the company include, among others

i. To carry on the business of carriers by means of transport by land, water and air.

ii. To construct buildings for company garages, store-houses, work-shops for vehicle repair, depots, gas and petrol depots.

iii. To carry into effect any arrangement for joint working in business with any other company, agency, partnership or person carrying on business within the objective off the company.

An Edict was enacted in May 1998 for the company. Engr. Ralph Ndigwe was succeded by chief Hon. SabastineAnekwe when he left, the company was put on lease management to Ozi Nigeria Ltd. When the lease management was abrogated, chief Okonkwo Nnalue took over and was succeeded by Chief Joe Oforkasi, chief frank Igwe latter took over while Mr. Tony Ileka took over from him in 2006 till July 21st 2015. Hon. Arch AmechiEkume took over from in July 2015 as the MD/CEO of the company, on 9th April, 2018 Dr. Ifeoma Madukasi took over as the MD/CEO TRAANSPORT COMPANY OF ANAMBRA STATE [TRACAS] incorporates Anambra State Mass Transit [ASMT], Anambra State City Cab [ASCC]. Under the present chief Executive, Dr. (Mrs.) Ifeoma Madukasi, the different units which were set up and run as subsidiary companies have been merged under one single unit. These were Anambra Mass Transit and Anambra City cab. TRACAS has gone through several phases at one time it was leased to private individual and run as Franchise.

Our Services

Card image cap
Car Hire

There are many variations of passages of Lorem Ipsum available, a but the majority have suffered alteration in some humour dummy now it.

Courier

There are many variations of passages of Lorem Ipsum available, a but the majority have suffered alteration in some humour dummy now it.

Charter

There are many variations of passages of Lorem Ipsum available, a but the majority have suffered alteration in some humour dummy now it.

Core Value

Safety: Our highest priority

  • The safety of our passengers is our utmost priority.
  • Our drivers are well trained on defensive driving and other arears required.
  • Our vehicles are inspected and maintained on a regular basis t insure reliability and comfortability on the side of the passengers.

Teamwork: Together Everyone Achieves More

  • Our commitment to service has promoted unity in the customer friendly environment.
  • Our driver’s loyalty and honesty has earned the company good name and Trust on the side of the public
  • Our relationship with customers are second to none
  • Our employees conduct them selves’ with the highest level of trust, honesty and ethical standard.

Community – Our past, present and future

  • Transport Company of Anambra State is owned and managed by Government, and it all operates on Public and private partnership.
  • We provide job opportunities to the people and create opportunities for the teeming youths to explore he Transport business environment which gives room for innovation so as to move the transport sector to the next level.