This book demonstrates the extent of the impact of commercial buses on the ecomy of Ka Metropolis from 1967 - 2003. This becomes necessary as this study aims at uncovering how the commercial buss transport system served as a major means for the movement of goods, services in Ka during the period of study. The transitions from traditional means of transport using human portage and animals to the advent of modern means of transport with the use of vehicles, which culminated to rapid ecomic growth are examined. It was established in the research work that the increased ecomic growth, production and commercial activities, which Ka witnessed, was based on its location as the largest city in the Savannah belt of Africa South of the Sahara. Thus, the introduction of commercial buses in the 1960's had stimulated increased commercial contact in Metropolitan Ka, which had hitherto sporadic contact with each other. The study also examined various modes of transportation system during the pre-colonial, colonial and postcolonial periods in Ka.