But the bus operators and other businesspersons who initially expressed interest to conduct business in the bus terminal are yet to relocate. Gateway Bus Company and Teso Coach, that ply Moroto- Kampala route on a daily basis have expressed different demands to be able to relocate to the terminal.
Moroto Bus Terminal Project was commenced in 2014 under the Uganda Support for Municipal Infrastructure Development-- USMID project. The project worth 3.8 billion shillings was expected to be complete by June last year.
Phase two of the Bus Terminal is being constructed under the Uganda Support for Municipal Infrastructure Development-- USMID project. The project worth 3.8 billion shillings started in 2014 and is expected to be complete by June this year. In his 2017 report, John Muwanga, the Auditor General, observed that theres poor contract management and inadequate supervision of the project. He notes that Moroto Municipal Council may lose money by paying for incomplete works and may not achieve value for money.
In the new budget estimates for the financial year 2017/2018, Moroto Municipal Council expects to get over 640 million Shillings from local revenue, representing 14.4 percent of the total budget estimates for the next financial year.