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Traffic Report in Ebute Ero, Lagos

24/08/2015      04.47PM

CMS INWARD APONGBON IS GOOD INWARD EKO BRIDGE IS OK TO COSTAIN

EKO BRIDGE,MARINA,CMS IS OKAY

CARTER BRIDGE IS BUSY INWARD EBUTTE ERO IS GOOD

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Traffic Report in Idumota, Lagos

24/06/15    06:03PM

IDDO BY CARTER BRIDGE INWARD EREKO ENROUTE LEVENTIS MOVING TRAFFIC

EREKO INWARD MARTINS IS OK

EREKO INWARD BALOGUN IS GOOD

BALOGUN INWARD APOGBON MOVING TRAFFIC

MARTINS INWARD BROAD STREET IS BUSY

BREADFRUIT,HABIB OKI INWARD NNAMDI AZIKIWE MOVING TRAFFIC

NNAMDI AZIKIWE INWARD LASDPC BY MARTINS IS OK

TOM JONES INWARD IDUMOTA IS OK

IDUMOTA INWARD IDDO IS SLIGHTLY BUSY

IDUMOTA UNDER BRIDGE INWARD IDDO IS GOOD

EBUTTE INWARD IJORA IS GOOD

IDUMAGBO AVENUE INWARD AGARAWU IS  BUSY

OYEBANJI INWARD THIRD MAINLAND BRIDGE IS OK.

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Traffic reports in Opebi,Lagos

13/07/2015     07:48AM

OLUSOSUN BUS STOP INWARD OJOTA IS SLOW

WELFARE JUNCTION INWARD OPEBI LINK BRIDGE IS HEAVY

SHERATON LINK BRIDGE INWARD OPEBI ROUNDABOUT IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

TOYIN ROUNDABOUT INWARD OPEBI ROUNDABOUT IS SLOW

RADIO INWARD ALLEN ROUNDABOUT IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

ALLEN ROUNDABOUT INWARD COKE IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

 

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Traffic reports in Oshodi,Lagos

22/6/2015     5:41PM

GBAGADA INWARD TREM IS OKAY

TREM INWARD ANTHONY OKE  IS OKAY

LASAMBUS POINT INWARD IKORODU ROAD IS CRAWLING

LASAMBUS POINT INWARD OSHODI OKE IS OK

OSHODI OKE INWARD BOLADALE IS IS SLIGHTLY HEAVY

TOYOTA INWARD BOC GAS IS OKAY

BARRACKS INWARD ANTHONY IS HEAVY

ANTHONY OKE INWARD GBAGADA IS OKAY

GBAGADA BRIDGE INWARD CARWASH IS HEAVY

 

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Traffic reports in Dopemu,Lagos

30/08/2015            05:04PM

CEMENT INWARD AKONWONJO IS HEAVY

SHASHA INWARD SHASHA EGBEDA OKAY

R/JOURENY IS OKAY

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LASTMA SETS TO CLEAR TEJUOSHO MARKET

In its determination to maintain law and order and restore sanity back to the Yaba area of Lagos, the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, (LASTMA) is set to move in and clear the area of all impediments hindering free flow of traffic so as to reduce undue hardship daily experience by other road users as a result long hours spent in traffic due to the extension of buying and selling to the main road.

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LASG CLEARS TANKERS ON APAPA – OSHODI EXPRESSWAY

The Lagos State Government in its determination to ensure the safety of Lagosians and free flow of traffic has cleared the tankers which were illegally parked and abandoned on Apapa – Oshodi Expressway so as to keep traffic moving and make the axis accessible to other road users.

The General Manager Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Engr. Babatunde Edu who led the rescue team of the agency in conjunction with the Nigerian Navy and the Police on Sunday said that over fifty trailers were removed from the area in accordance with the administration’s zero tolerance for gridlocks and indiscipline and also to checkmate the excesses of tanker drivers and restore sanity to the axis.

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LASG URGES TANKERS TO VACATE EKO BRIDGE

 The Lagos State Government in its determination to ensure safety of Lagosians and free flow of traffic has urged the tanker drivers whose vehicles are illegally parked and abandoned on Alaka and Eko bridges to vacate the bridge immediately and adhere strictly to the Lagos Road Traffic law as the State Government will not hesitate to enforce traffic rules and regulations whenever they violate the law.

The General Manager of Lagos State Transport Management Authority (LASTMA), Engr. Babatunde Edu, who led the monitoring team which comprised of top officials of the Agency lamented the disorderliness and traffic chaotic situation on Eko bridge/ Funsho Willaims Avenue and said that it became necessary to checkmate the excesses of tanker drivers in order to cushion the hardship on innocent Lagosians. Edu noted that the axis are gradually becoming an eye sore, and if not properly managed could aggravate to the level of lawlessness and indiscipline being witnessed daily at Apapa Area of the State. According to him the State Government being a responsible and responsive would ensure that every citizen has a right to the roads as the state roads are not constructed only for the articulated vehicles. 

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Press Release

 

 

The Management of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority LASTMA has advised motorists to avoid  Funso Williams Avenue and make use of the Third Mainland bridge in other to avoid unnecessary delays caused by the influx of petrol tankers to Apapa axis to load the scarce premium motor Oil ( Petrol)

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7 CONVICTED OVER BRT VIOLATIONS

Special Offences Court at Alausa, Ikeja has convicted seven drivers before Magistrate Olabisi Kushanu to one hour community service in addition to payment of traffic fine for violating the BRT law. The magistrate warned the drivers to desist from plying the corridor or face harder sanction if arrested in the future for same offence.

 34 year old Kimi Egbekun driver of Toyota RAV 4 with registration number LSD 318 DJ, Daniel Chimmezie 24,( Toyota Hilux) registration number KTU 780 BR,  Sodiq Musa (50yrs) (Toyota Corolla FG 688 A42, Felemi Moses(41) Mitsubishi L200 AKD 132 XD others are Idris Olewale 22 ( KIA Pregio SMK 33XL, Obasi Emeka (42) Toyota Camry LND 186 DB,  Bucky Olapade (40) Golf CH225 APP were apprehended on Tuesday, 21st of April, 2014 inside the BRT corridor at Anthony area of Lagos State by LASTMA officials around 9am.

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