Lagos closes Maryland service strip for six weeks

Lagos closes Maryland service strip for six weeks

The Lagos State Authorities introduced the partial closure of the service strip in direction of Maryland, from the top of Gani Fawehinmi Park to the top of the second pedestrian bridge, Ojota, for six weeks, beginning on Tuesday, November 17, 2020.

The observe signed by the State Commissioner for Transport, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde, stated on Monday that the partial closure will enable the contractor that handles the stretch of the Ojota to Maryland challenge to proceed with the subsequent part of building, which incorporates reconstruction from the Ikorodu street.

On account of this new association, drivers coming from the Ikeja axis are suggested to make use of the 7UP street by way of the Billings street to attach Oregun / Kudirat Abiola Technique to the Ikorodu street by way of the Ojota bus cease.

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Oladeinde defined that the inbound site visitors on the Ojota / Maryland bus cease on the Ibadan-Lagos expressway might proceed to Oworonshoki / Gbagada or go down the loop by way of Abiola Backyard to attach the Ikorodu street (Ketu entrance).

He added that they might climb the interchange again to the Lagos-Ibadan expressway by way of the stretch subsequent to the LAMATA workplace to entry the street from Ikorodu to Ojota.

As well as, the commissioner ensured that sufficient site visitors indicators have been offered to information drivers’ motion.

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