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LASTMA diverts traffic on Lagos road for drainage repair

The Lagos State Visitors Administration Authority has developed strategic plans to handle the anticipated enhance in visitors congestion alongside the Jibowu-Agnes axis in Lagos State.

Based on an announcement on Thursday by the LASTMA Managing Director, Mr. Olalekan Bakare-Oki, the anticipated visitors congestion is a results of plans by the Ministry of Works and Drainage to rehabilitate the mission websites (Jibowu to Agnes) with in depth visitors administration measures.

He suggested commuters travelling to those areas to take different routes from Fadeyi-Jibowu through Muritala Mohammed Approach to Montgomery Street. Motorists can then change to Harvey Street after which Agnes Junction.

“From there they will navigate to the Third Mainland Bridge through Sabo and Alagomeji.
Autos travelling from Fadeyi to Jibowu through Muritala Mohammed Manner can change from Alagomeji to Herbert Macaulay and proceed their journey to Adekunle. They’ll then change on the Third Mainland Bridge.

“Motorists travelling from Mushin to Empire and heading in direction of Obalende can comply with the identical route to vary to UNILAG or Obalende,” he added.

Based on him, LASTMA officers are strategically positioned to handle visitors and tackle any incidents or emergencies.

He famous that personnel have been mobilized to offer real-time visitors updates and emergency info by the company’s social media. He careworn that restoration autos have been strategically positioned to reply to incidents in actual time.

“There’s strong collaboration with different regulation enforcement and safety providers to handle visitors and tackle unexpected circumstances.

“We apologize for any inconvenience attributable to this closure. This closure is a part of our efforts to make sure a serene and weather-safe ambiance in Lagos,” the spokesperson mentioned.
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