The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said residents of Zamfara paid the highest bus fare of N305.00 within city in April, 2019.
Newsmen report that the residents of the state also paid highest bus journey of N308. 57 in March.
The NBS said this in its Transport Fare Watch for April, 2019 report published on its website.
The bureau said the residents of Cross River were the second highest with N284.00 followed by Abuja that paid N280.00 per bus fare in the month under review.
The report said the states with lowest bus journey fare within city were Sokoto (N132.00), Abia (N130.70) and Bauchi (N95.00).
The transport fare watch covered the following categories: bus journey within the city per drop on regular routes; intercity bus journeys and state routes as well as charge per person.
It also covered air fare charge for specified routes per journey; journey by motorcycle (Okada) per drop; and waterway passenger transport.
According to the report, average fare paid by commuters for bus journey within the city decreased by 0.07 per cent month-on-month and increased by 9.22 per cent year-on-year to N181.24 in April from N181.36 in March.
Also, the report said average fare paid by commuters for bus journey intercity increased by 0.77 per cent month-on-month and decreased by -6.88 per cent year-on-year to N1,604.36 in April from N1,592.07 in March.
It, however, said states with highest bus fare intercity were Abuja (N4,050.00), Borno (N2,550.00) and Adamawa (N2,400.00) while States with lowest intercity bus fare were Bayelsa (N1,000.50), Bauchi (N985.00) and Enugu (N945.00).
In addition, it said average fare paid by air passengers for single journey increased by 0.33 per cent month-on-month and decreased by -3.49 per cent year-on-year to N30,721.19 in April from N30,620.19 in March.
The bureau said states with highest air fare were Abuja (N35,500.00), Kwara (N35,150.00) and Jigawa (N35,050.00) while States with lowest air fare were Katsina (N25,500.00), Nasarawa (N25,400.00), and Oyo (N25,200.00).
It said average fare paid by commuters for journey by motorcycle per drop increased by 0.01 per cent month-on-month and 9.46 per cent year-on-year to N116.30 in April from N116.29 in March.
According to the bureau, states with highest journey fare by motorcycle per drop are Ondo (N191.00), Rivers (N190.00) and Ogun (N188.00).
It, however, said states with lowest journey fare by motorcycle per drop were Kebbi (N60.00), Adamawa (N55.00) and Jigawa (N55.00).
Field work for the report was done by over 700 NBS staff in all states of the federation supported by supervisors who were monitored by internal and external observers.
Fuel prices were collected across all the 774 Local Government Areas (LGAs) across all states and the FCT from over 10,000 respondents and locations.
It reflected actual prices households said they actually bought those fuel together with the prices reportedly sold by the fuel suppliers.
The average of all these prices was then reported for each state and the average for the country is the average for the state.