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Gridlock builds up as Tinubu visits Lagos

Gridlock builds up as Tinubu visits Lagos

“The Federal Ministry of Works wishes to inform the motoring public that in continuation of the ongoing rehabilitation works on the Third Mainland Bridge, both bounds of the carriageways of the bridge would be closed to traffic from noon on February 28, Wednesday, to noon on Thursday, February 29, 2024; to allow the contractor execute a major aspect of the ongoing repair works on the bridge."
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Gridlock: Why we‘re harmonizing state traffic Laws —Lagos Assembly

Gridlock: Why we‘re harmonizing state traffic Laws —Lagos Assembly

By Ebunoluwa Sessou As part of efforts to ease the burden of transportation in the state, the Lagos State House of Assembly has commenced process to harmonize the state’s Transport Sector Reform (Amendment) Laws 2018, in a bid to ensure its workability. In view of this, the House, on Wednesday, organized a day public hearing […]

Gridlock: LASG to acquire 2000 units micro buses — Commissioner

Gridlock: LASG to acquire 2000 units micro buses — Commissioner

Dr Frederic Oladeinde, Lagos State Commissioner for Transportation, says the state government plans to acquire 2000 units of 11 and 13 seat microbuses to ease gridlock in the state. Oladeinde made the disclosure during an oversight visit by the Lagos State House of Assembly Committee on Transportation, led by Mr Temitope Adewale (Ifako-Ijaiye I), on […]

Gridlock as motorcycle runs into BRT, mini bus in Lagos

Gridlock as motorcycle runs into BRT, mini bus in Lagos

By Bose Adelaja Road users on Ikorodu road are currently experiencing serious traffic gridlock following a multiple autocrash involving a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), a mini bus and a commercial motorcycle. ALSO READ: Profit taking continues as investors lose N57bn in 2 days The incident occurred at about 7.27am at Idi-Iroko inward Maryland. Details later… VANGUARD

Apapa gridlock: Presidency, stakeholders disagree on pace of road construction

Apapa gridlock: Presidency, stakeholders disagree on pace of road construction

The Presidency and stakeholders at Apapa ports have disagreed over the pace of work in the area. While the Presidency commended the pace of work by contractors handling the roads leading to and from Apapa ports and its environment, the stakeholders said it wasn’t true, insisting gridlock was still very much around in the area.

Lagosians groan, as failed roads cause gridlock

Lagosians groan, as failed roads cause gridlock

MOTORISTS and residents plying the Oshodi-Apapa and Lagos Badagry Expressways were stranded, yesterday, as a result of the failed roads caused by flooding and persistent rainfall in the state.