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Traffic reports in Masha Aguda,Lagos

18/12/14     10:09AM

IJESHA INWARD ODO OLOWU ,CELE,BALLET OKAY

IYANA ITIRE INWARD CELE IS OKAY

IYANA ITIRE INWARD OTUN OBA IS OKAY IN AND OUT

OTUN OBA INWARD IJESHA MARKET IS GOOD

IJESHA MARKET INWARD OTUNOBA IS HEAVY

PAKO INWARD OTUNOBA IS HEAVY

OTUN OBA INWARD LAWANSON IS OKAY

LAWANSON INWARD OGUNLANA IS OKAY

OGUNLANA DRIVE INWARD MASHA ROUNDABOUT IS OKAY

MASHA ROUNDABOUT INWARD  KILO IS OKAY

KILO INWARD NURU ONIWO,NEPA IS OKAY

NEPA INWARD AGUDA IS OKAY

NEPA INWARD OLATUNDE ONIMOLE IS OKAY

OLATUNDE ONIMOLE INWARD CENSUS IS OKAY

CENSUS INWARD BABS ANIMASHAUN IS HEAVY

BABS ANIMASHAUN INWARD BODE THOMAS IS OKAY

BODE THOMAS INWARD CENSUS IS OKAY

CENSUS INWARD NEPA IS OKAY

CENSUS INWARD ADELABU IS OKAY

ADELABU INWARD MASHA ROUNDABOUT IS OKAY

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Traffic reports in Opebi,Lagos

19/12/2014        06:10PM

OLUSOSUN INWARD IKOSI IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

IKOSI INWARD ALAUSA BUS STOP IS OKAY

WELFARE INWARD OPEBI LINK BRIDGE IS HEAVY

OPEBI INWARD SALVATION IS OKAY

SHERATON INWARD OPEBI IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

OPEBI INWARD CUSTOM IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

CUSTOM INWARD TOYIN IS OKAY

TOYIN INWARD OPEBI IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

TOYIN INWARD ALLEN IS HEAVY

ALLEN INWARD TOYIN IS GOOD

ALLEN INWARD AROMIRE IS HEAVYAROMIRE INWARD ALLEN IS HEAVY

ALLEN INWARD RADIO IS HEAVY

 

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Traffic reports in Oshodi,Lagos

18/12/2014     11:37AM

GBAGADA INWARD ANTHONY IS OKAY

ANTHONY INWARD OSHODI IS GOOD

OSHODI INWARD TOYOTA IS OKAY

BOC GASSES INWARD ANTHONY,GBAGADA IS OKAY

GTB INWARD ANTHONY PROPER IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

 

 

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Traffic reports in Dopemu,Lagos

19/12/14        06:23PM

CEMENT INWARD DOPEMU,ADEALU IS HEAVY

IYANA DOPEMU INWARD SWIPHA AND AKOWONJO IS HEAVY

AKOWONJO INWARD CELE IS OKAY

CELE INWARD EGBEDA IS OKAY

CELE INWARD AKOWONJO IS HEAVY

AKOWONJO INWARD SWIPHA IS OKAY

 

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Traffic Report in Ajegunle, Lagos

19/12/14      06:54PM

IJORA BRIDGE INWARD MARINE BEACH IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

MARINE BEACH INWARD BOUNDARY IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

BOUNDARY INWARD MARINE BEACH IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

ACHAKPO INWARD KIRIKIRI IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

GASIKIYA ROAD IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY 

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DRIVER GETS 1 YR FOR DRIVING AGAINST TRAFFIC

Twenty Nine year old Kayode Adebayo was recently sentenced to one year in prison for driving against traffic.  The driver who appeared before the presiding Magistrate Jadesola Adeyemi at the Special Offences Court at Alausa, Ikeja,   pleaded guilty to the five count charges which include driving against traffic, dangerous driving, breach of public peace and obstructing LASTMA official for carrying out his official duty.

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LASTMA WARNS PETROL FILLING STATIONS

The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has frowned at the attitude of motor owners forming long queues on the main carriage road at the Petrol Stations in the State as a result of scarcity of the Premium Motor spirit (PMS) as the agency has observed that such road blockade is causing traffic gridlock and untold hardship to other road users.
Speaking after the appraisal of reasons for traffic gridlock being experienced on some roads in the state, the General Manager of Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) Engr. Babatunde Edu urged the Filling Stations owners / operators in the State to ensure that customers’ vehicles are properly parked in a way that will not disrupt free flow of vehicles on the roads.  According to him, right of way and consideration should be given at all times to other road users who are going about their normal businesses. He further advised vehicle owners on queue at filling stations to always put public interest above their individual interest.    
Engr. Edu therefore, appealed to management of petrol stations and vehicle owners to corporate with the officials of the agency who have been briefed and strategically positioned to curb the excesses of recalcitrant motorists. He admonished petrol station owners to control fuel attendants indiscipline behavior in order for motorists to spend less time on queue as unnecessary delay of motorists by attendants is a contributing factor to the traffic gridlocks being witnessed across the State. According to him, Law Enforcement Agents have been directed to ensure that any Filling Station that does not abide with this new development shall be sanctioned in accordance with Lagos traffic Law. And warned that carriage ways are not extension of petrol stations

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TWO PERSONS ARRESTED FOR EXTORTION AND IMPERSONATING LASTMA

Funsho Williams and Adekogbe Olabode were on Wednesday arrested in Lagos for impersonating officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) and extorting Thirty-Five Thousand Naira (N35, 000. 00) from an innocent motorist under a false pretense.
Narrating his ordeals under the fake traffic managers at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital where he had gone for treatment as a result of injury sustained in the hands of the suspects, 62-year-old retiree of the Federal Aviation Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) Felix Adesanya recounted that he was discharged from LASUTH in September and given a medical appointment for Wednesday 12th of November, 2014. To meet up with his appointment, he left his four Olaonisebe close, Akute residence in his ash colored Toyota Camry with registration number KRD 653 BX.
According to the Abeokuta born indigene of Ogun State, he was flagged down by two men in mufti wearing a reflective jacket on their cloth at Akilo area of Ogba. He halted with the thought that the two were in need of assistance to move farther. To his surprised the duo accused him of disobeying traffic personnel and all explanation that he did not commit any traffic offence fell on deaf ears as they were bent in arresting him.
The duo insisted that he has committed a traffic offence and forcefully entered the vehicle introduced themselves as LASTMA officials and flashed an ID card with the inscription of LAGOS TRAFFIC TASKFORCE. They later demanded for his wallet, ransacked it and took Thirty Thousand Naira with a threat to take him to their office if he did not cooperate and summed up the money to Sixty Thousand Naira.

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LASTMA ASSURES OF TRAFFIC-FREE SALLAH CELEBRATION…….... Deploys more personnel

The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has assured Lagosians of a traffic-free Sallah celebration, as more traffic personnel would be deployed to the various traffic prone areas in the State to control and manage the situation during the celebration. The General Manager of LASTMA, Engr Babatunde Edu disclosed this on Wednesday at his office in Oshodi. He explained that, the move become necessary owing to the volume of vehicles moving in and out of the state for the celebrations.

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ALTERNATIVE ROUTES TO EKO BRIDGE

The Management of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, (LASTMA) has called for support and cooperation of motorists through the remaining period of repair works on the expansion joints of the Eko Bridge by planning their journeys and importantly making use of alternative routes in order to reduce the traffic effect necessitated by the rehabilitation works on road users.
The General Manager of the agency Engr. Babatunde Edu made this call on Wednesday in his office at Oshodi. He urged motorists traveling in the evening from the Island inward to Costain to avoid the Eko bridge but advised that they could join the Third Mainland Bridge through Adeniji Adele, while Carter Bridge can be accessed through Iddo or Idumota to continue their journey home unhitched.

This move according to him is healthy, reduces travel time, as well as a guarantee on the quality of work through the repair process. The LASTMA boss stated further that LASTMA officials had been strategically positioned to guide motorists through traffic prone points since the commencement of the repair work on the 76 expansion joints of the bridge which began on August 23rd 2014 and therefore, advised road users to obey road signs, which are installed to provide directions.

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