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Traffic reports in Masha Aguda,Lagos

23/04/14     8:59AM

THE ENTIRE AXIS IS OK EXCEPT OTUN OBA INWARD IJESHA MARKET,

CENSUS INWARD BABS ANIMASHAUN BUSY

AND BABS ANIMASHAUN INWARD CENSUS.

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Traffic reports in Opebi,Lagos

23/04/2014    08:40AM

OLUSOSUN INWARD IKOSI IS OKAY

OLUSOSUN INWARDS OJOTA IS SLOW

KUDIRAT ABIOLA WAY IS LIGHT IN AND OUT

WELFARE INWARD OPEBI LINK BRIDGE IS LIGHT

OPEBI INWARD SHERATON IS LIGHT

TOYIN INWARD ALLEN ROUNDABOUT IS LIGHT

RADIO INWARD ALLEN ROUNDABOUT IS BUSY

ALLEN INWARD IKEJA UNDER BRIDGE IS LIGHT

IKEJA INWARD ALLEN IS LIGHT

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Traffic reports in Oshodi,Lagos

23/04/2014   8:28AM

 GBAGBADA INWARD ANTHONY  IS LIGHT

ANTHONY INWARD OSHODI IS LIGHT

OSHODI INWARD TOYOTA IS LIGHT

TOYOTA INWARDS IYANA ISOLO IS OK

TOYOTA INWARD AIRPORT ROAD IS SLIGHTLY BUSY

BOC GAS INWARD ANTHONY IS LIGHT

 



 

 

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Traffic reports in Dopemu,Lagos

23/4/2014  8:23AM

SHAHA TOWN INWARD SHAHA ROUND ABOUT IS OK BUT BUSY AT THE ROUND ABOUT

HEAVY UP TO AKOWONJO

DOPEMU UNDERNEATH THE BRIDGE IS HEAVY INWARD CEMENT

GOYE JUNCTION IS BUSY

 

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Traffic Report in Ajegunle, Lagos

22/04/14    11:50AM

BALE ADEYEMO,BOUNDARY INWARD MARINE BEACH IS OKAY

 

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LASTMA RESCUE TEAM IN ACTION.

The Lagos State Traffic Managment Authourity ( LASTMA) on thursday morning prevented multiple accidents and averted what could have been described as terrible traffic gridlock in the history of the State by evacuating quickly a truck with registration number KTU 461 XF which broke the pavement  and  fell over into the independent tunnel around 3 am on Thursday morning at Maryland.
 
The rescue team of the agency responded to a call received from the Control Room of the agency and quickly rushed to the scene of the accident. The truck was damaged beyond repair and was towed to the LASTMA yard so as to avoid motorists rushing out in the early hour ramming into it. The Rescue team works 24 hours and  moves round the state so as to ensure that nothing hinders the  free flow of traffic on Lagos roads and importantly brings to the minimum traffic related accidents that can lead to death.
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LASTMA ARRAIGNED MAN FOR IMPERSONATION

The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) on Monday arraigned one Obalufemi Obadeyi before Ikeja Magistrate Court for presenting himself as an official of the agency; in the process extort money from unwary motorists.
The accused, a 33 year old graduate of Business Administration from the Yaba College of Technology was employed into the Lagos state Civil Service in 2002, before he was dismissed by the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) for misconduct in August, 2006, pleaded guilty to the two count charge of impersonation and extortion. Presiding over the case, magistrate Mrs. Dan Oni ruled that the accused be remanded at the kirikiri prisons till 16th of January, 2014 when sentence will be passed.
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LASTMA OFFICIAL GETS $500 YEARLY REWARD FOR HARDWORK

A 45 year old Shitta Sakiru and staff of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority was on Saturday rewarded with a sum of $ 500 American dollar by The Life Changers Group (TLCG), an international Nongovernmental organization (NGO) for diligent duty performance and respect for motorists in the cause of duty at Cele on Apapa Oshodi Express way. The yearly cash award is to support his child`s education till secondary level subject to performance.

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LASTMA MOVES TO THE NEXT LEVEL WITH VMS BOARD

Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has taken traffic control and incident management to another level with the acquisition of two (2) Variable Message Sign (VMS) to enhance road safety better performance. VMS is a high end technological electronic led illuminated boards used basically to advice motorists of traffic congestions, road diversion, accidents, potential incidents, or warn of speed limits on a specific highway or road segment.

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LAGOS BEGINS REGISTRATION OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLES, OWNERS AND OPERATORS FOR SAFETY, SECURITY AND BETTER SERVICE DELIVERY

In continuation of the second phase of implementing the Road Traffic Law 2012 aimed at improving the availability, safety, security and the quality of service delivery of public transportation, the Ministry of Transportation will commence the registration of all commercial passenger vehicle owners, drivers and conductors as from the 1st of November, 2013.

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