Sequel to the planned partial closure of traffic at the Kara bridge of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, the LASTMA, FRSC embark on an assessment of traffic impact of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
The planned partial closure of a part of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway for reconstruction has been shifted to Monday, August 5.
Information gathered on Thursday from the construction firm handling the section one of the road from Lagos to Sagamu Interchange, Julius Berger Nigeria, indicated that reconstruction work might not begin fully until Monday as against the August 3 notice earlier given.
This, the source said, was to enable the Federal Government to conclude its sensitisation of leaders of the communities along the axis and other stakeholders to get their buy-in and ensure the smooth execution of the project.
The Federal Road Safety Corps had hinted that the construction company had given notification of its plan to commence the reconstruction work on the Berger Bus Stop – Kara Cattle Market end of the road on August 3, and would close some sections for about four months.
The LASTMA, Frsc Embark on an assessment of the traffic impact of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway today to see things for themselves