Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has so far registered a total of 20,000 motorcycles (boda bodas) since the registration exercise was announced in August.
The revelation was made by the KCCA Strategy Management and Business manager Robert L. Kyukyu.
The exercise that was set to last two weeks has now entered its second month because of protests from sections of the boda boda owners.
Kyukyu says the registration is now proceeding more smoothly with riders turning in great numbers.
He said the registration would enable KCCA establish the number of boda-bodas operating in the city for a better plan of the city.
All private, corporate and commercial motorcycles in the city are expected to register before 31st October this year or they will be barred from operating in the city.
Kyukyu stated that over 100 motorcycles register on a daily basis on the different locations were the motorcycle registration is being conducted around the city.