The transport company has confirmed the development to IGIHE following concerns raised by passengers over long queues at bus stops.
The company has already placed an order for 20 large buses expected to have arrived in Rwanda by the end of December this year.
Jali Transport is among transport companies operating in Kigali City since 2013.
At the time, the company which was operating as RFTC was given five-year license to carry passengers to different destinations which have been increased to 30.
The license was recently renewed and extended for three more years. As of today, the company has 202 buses including 59 with the capacity of 70 passengers and more 143 that can carry up to 30 passengers.
The management of Jali Transport has disclosed that the company is under process to solve transport problems.
The Managing Director of Jali Transport, Innocent Twahirwa has said that the 20 buses to be imported is part of a broad plan to improve services.
“We plan to import 20 large buses expected to arrive in the country in December this year,” he noted.
According to Twahirwa, the number of buses with the capacity of 40 seated and 30 standing passengers will be increased gradually.