In Bolga there are three different stations for public transportation:
The first one is the one where you arrive when you are travelling to Bolga by Tro-Tro. This is the main station of the city and the one where you can find all the transport towards the south and the north (places like Paga, Sirigu and Tongo).
The second one is very close to the Tro-Tro station and is based inside an abandoned stadium. This is the place where the orange Metro-Mass busses leave and arrive.
And the third one is a station at the south of the city where most of the taxi's leave to destinations inside the city and to destinations close to Bolga.
Bolgatanga is an important connection for travellers coming from the south of Ghana and going to Burkina Faso, Mali or Senegal. It's the last city in Ghana before crossing the border at Paga. The last big city before Bolga is Tamale.
Tro-Tro's as well as a Metro Mass-bus connect Tamale with Bolga several times a day. The trip takes about 3 hours and costs 28.000 cedis (US $ 3,-). From Kumasi and Accra there also are a few STC-busses going to Bolga every week.