FOR EMERGENCY REPAIRS, LASG WILL DIVERT TRAFFIC AT THE MARINE BRIDGE.

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THE MARINE BRIDGE.
THE MARINE BRIDGE.

FOR EMERGENCY REPAIRS, LASG WILL DIVERT TRAFFIC AT THE MARINE BRIDGE.

 

FOR EMERGENCY REPAIRS, LASG WILL DIVERT TRAFFIC AT THE MARINE BRIDGE.

 

Naijanews reports that from Wednesday, September 29th, until Thursday, December 23rd, 2021, the Lagos State Government will divert traffic at Marine Bridge as the Federal Government begins emergency repair work on various sections of the bridge.

 

This online news learned that Dr. Frederic Oladeinde, the Commissioner of Transportation, said in a statement released on Tuesday that the repairs will be done in phases to minimize inconvenience to motorists, and that the Ijora-bound lane will be closed to vehicular movement during the first phase, followed by the Apapa-bound lane for the second phase.

 

Speaking on the traffic diversion plan, the Commissioner revealed that motorists heading towards the Ijora axis will be diverted into a counter-flow on the Apapa-bound lane and vice versa when the Apapa-bound lane is closed for repairs, to reduce traffic gridlock during the course of the project.

 

Officers from the State Traffic Management Agency, LASTMA, would direct traffic in addition to strategically placed traffic signs on the routes, according to Oladeinde.

 

The Commissioner appealed for residents’ and road users’ cooperation in ensuring the successful start and completion of the emergency works, reiterating the current administration’s commitment to the development of transportation infrastructure across the metropolis.

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