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Despite Govt action, traffic persists on port access roads

As factories groans over 5,000 trapped containers    By Godwin Oritse   INSPITE of the renewed efforts by the government to the solution to Apapa traffic, there seems to be no end in sight to the traffic situation along the road as over 5,000 containers belonging to various manufacturing factories are currently trapped at the Tin-Can Island port. The Managing Director
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Traffic anarchy in Apapa

Traffic anarchy in Apapa

ANARCHY now reigns on the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway, Lagos which leads to the country’s prime seaport as a result of the absence of law enforcement agents on the roads and heavy containerized trucks belonging to members of NUPENG.

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Apapa gridlock: NARTO, MWUN, others demand joint c’ttee on trucks call-up

Apapa gridlock: NARTO, MWUN, others demand joint c’ttee on trucks call-up

By Victor Ahiuma-Young Transport unions in the maritime sector, on the platform of Council of Maritime Transports Unions and Association, COMTUA, has given panacea to protracted gridlock on Oshodi-Apapa Expressway, blaming extortion by security operatives, terminal operators, shipping companies, among others for the menace. The body, at a briefing in Lagos, called of the Federal
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Commuters groan under heavy traffic in Lagos

Commuters groan under heavy traffic in Lagos

By Theodore Opara Commuters in Lagos State are groaning under heavy traffic, as trucks and tankers have taken over the roads. Since the beginning of the rainy season, several portions of the roads have become so bad that small vehicles hardly go through. Some of these roads have deteriorated, thereby causing unending traffic jams. Although
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FCTA arrests 123 traffic offenders, convicts 110

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has arrested 123 traffic violators and convicted 110 from Monday to Friday. Malam Wadata Bodinga, Director of FCT Directorate of Road Traffic Services (DRTS) made the disclosure while briefing newsmen on Friday. He said this was part of renewed efforts by the administration to rid the city of traffic
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Traffic Violation: FCTA arraigns 34 offenders

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Monday, arraigned 34 traffic offenders before the Mobile Court as the enforcement of traffic rules began in the territory. Mr Wadata Bodinga, the Director of FCT Directorate of Road Traffic Services (DRTS), addressing newsmen in Abuja, noted that the enforcement would continue until motorists abide by traffic rules
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