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Traffic reports in Masha Aguda,Lagos

28/02/2015     05:56PM

IJESHA INWARD AGUNLEJIKA, ODOLOWU TO LINK CELE, IYANA ITIRE IS OKAY

IYANA ITIRE INWARD OTUNOBA IS OKAY

OTUNOBA INWARD IJESHA MARKET IS OKAY

OTUN OBA INWARD LAWANSON IS OKAY

LAWANSON U TURN INWARD OTUNOBA IS OKAY

RETURN JOURNEY FROM OBELE JUNCTION INWARD LAWANSON UTURN IS BUSY

OBELE JUNCTION PAKO UP TO OTUNOBA IS BUSY

OBELE IN & OUT OGUNLANA DRIVE IS OKAY

MASHA INWARD KILO IS SLIGHTLY BUSY

KILO INWARD NURU ONIWO UP TO NEPA SIGHTLY BUSY 

NEPA INWARD AGUDA IS OKAY TO MARKET

AGUDA INWARD NEPA IS OKAY

NEPA INWARD BABATUNDE ONIMOLE, CENSOR UP TO ADELABU IS OKAY

BODE THOMAS INWARD BABS ANIMASHAUN & CENSUS IS HEAVY

ADELABU INWARD CENSUS IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY 

ADELABU INWARD MASHA ROUNDABOUT IS OKAY

 

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Traffic reports in Opebi,Lagos

28/02/2015       5:20PM

OPEBI IS GOOD TO GO IN AND OUT

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Traffic reports in Oshodi,Lagos

28/02/2015       7:02PM

ANTHONY INWARD NEWCASTLE HOTEL IS OKAY

NEWCASTLE INWARD ANTHONY OKE IS BUSY

ANTHONY OKE INWARD OSHODI OKE IS OKAY

OSHODI OKE INWARD EWENLA,TOYOTA IS OKAY

RETURN JOURNEY  FROM TOYOTA BOC GAS,OSHODI OKE IS OKAY

OSHODI INWARD ANTHONY OKE TO LINK IKORODU ROAD IS BUSY

ANTHONY INWARD GBAGADA IS OKAY

 

 

 

 

ANTHONY OKE INWARD TOYOTA IS OKAY

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Traffic reports in Dopemu,Lagos

28/02/2015      05:57PM

CEMENT INWARD IYANA DOPEMU IS HEAVY BUT APPROACHING IYANA IPAJA IS OKAY

RETURN JOURNEY; IYANA IPAJA UNDER BRIDGE INWARD CEMENT IS OKAY

IYANA DOPEMU INWARD SWIPHA CORRIDOR UP TO DOPEMU ROUNDABOUT IS HEAVY

DOPEMU ROUNDABOUT INWARD AKOWONJO ROUNDABOUT IS HEAVY

SHASHA ROUNDABOUT  INWARD SHASHA TOWN & EGBEDA MOVING TRAFFIC

RETURN JOURNEY FROM SHASHA TOWN INWARD SHASHA ROUNDABOUT IS HEAVY MOVING TRAFFIC

SHASHA ROUNDABOUT INWARD AKOWONJO ROUNDABOUT IS HEAVY

AKOWONJO ROUNDABOUT INWARD EXPRESS IS SLOW MOVING TRAFFIC 

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Traffic Report in Ajegunle, Lagos

28/02/2015       6:36PM

IJORA INWARD AREA B IS OKAY

AREA B INWARD IJORA IS OKAY

MARINE BEACH INWARD COKE IS OKAY

COKE INWARD BOUNDARY IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

BOUNDARY INWARD AJEGUNLE IS OKAY

GASKIYA COLLEGE ROAD IS OKAY

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LASTMA SEEKS MOTORISTS CORPORATION

The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has advised motorists driving inward Apapa Oshodi to avoid of the service lane and use the main carriage way as a result of the construction work embarked upon by the Ministry of the Environment between Boladale junction and Ewele  along the Apapa Oshodi Express way and urged motorists to, as usual, obey traffic rules and regulations as well as the officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) who are on the road to ensure free flow of traffic.

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LASTMA WARNS OWNERS OF EVENT CENTRES OVER ILLEGAL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CHARGES

Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has observed that owners and management of event centres in the state are in the habit of collecting illegal traffic management fees from unsuspecting users of their event centres on behalf of LASTMA. While condemning this practice, the General Manager of the agency Engr. Babatunde Edu warned that this action is not only illegal, but also a deliberate attempt to drag the revered name of the agency into disrepute. He said further that the agency did not have an agreement with any individual or organization to collect traffic control/ management charges on its behalf from users of event centres or any other place in the state.

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LASTMA HONOURS OVER 100 OFFICIALS

In recognition of their transformational leadership role over One Hundred (100) officials the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) were honoured with merit awards and gifts on Monday. The event which took place at the conference room of the agency at Oshodi was one of the avenues designed by the agency to build culture of excellence and appreciate monumental achievements recorded by laudable officers during the year.

The event which lived up to its top billing had in attendance the Chairman of the agency, Mr Young Arabamen, The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice,  Mr Lawal Pedro, SAN and the General Manager of the agency, Engr. Babatunde Edu . In his address, the Chairman of the agency noted that the officers have distinguished themselves in the performance of their duty in the year 2014.  According to him, the awardees were nominated on the ground of diligence, courteous behaviour and dedication to duty.

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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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