April 27, 2018

Lagos restricts movement for construction of Pen cinema flyover

Lagos restricts movement for construction of Pen cinema flyover

The ongoing construction of a Jetty in Ilaje, Bariga, being inspected by Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, on Thursday, April 12, 2018.

In its efforts to deliver the Pen Cinema Flyover on schedule, The Lagos State Government on Friday announced that there would be further restriction of vehicular movement at the Agege Intersection between Railway crossing and Church Street along Agunbiade Street in Agege.

In a statement signed by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Infrastructure, the Government said that due to the restriction, vehicles coming from Ipaja road towards Ogba would no longer be able to turn left at Oke-Koto, but will be required to straight towards Agege Motor road and take left turn to connect the alternative route beside Agege Post Office to link Moshalashi Alhaji and further their journey.

The statement also advised motorists coming from Old Abeokuta Motor Road (Abule Egba) towards Oke-Koto/Alfa Nla roads to turn right at Abattoir into Oko-Oba road to link Orile Road and further their journey to NITEL into Orile road and then turn into Fagbola/Adejobi Street to navigate into Agege Motor road via Kasumu Street, Off Agunbiade road.

While regretting the inconveniences the restriction would cause motorists and residents, the State Government appealed for calm and cooperation with traffic and security personnel deployed to ease their movement, noting that the present administration was committed to delivering the project on schedule so as to make life easy and improve traffic along the corridor.