The Lekki Concession Company Ltd, LCC, has launched patrol vehicles, fitted with state-of-the art equipment and branded in visible bright colours with retro-reflective lettering characters as part of its efforts to improve security and assistance to stranded road users.
The launch under LCC Route and Incident Management Team, saw the addition of four new patrol vehicles on the Eti-Osa- Lekki-Epe Expressway and Lekki Ikoyi Link Bridge corridor.
Speaking at the launch, Managing Director, LCC, Mr Yomi Omomuwasan, who handed the vehicles to the Head of Department, Route and Incident Management, Michael Aina, said it was to render speedy assistance to distressed road users and ensure the safety of others.
He said: “With these additional vehicles, no one would be left stranded on either the road or the bridge irrespective of their status. We are all aware that distressed vehicles cause traffic on the road but with the state-of-the art devices on these patrol vans, we will be able to render assistance speedily and effectively. This will, in turn, help us achieve our goal of better traffic management.”
He noted that the LCC was sensitive to environmental security and would continue to introduce more value-added services to aid commuters and boost transportation and security in the state, adding that the company’s mandate was more than tolling but also providing additional services to road users.