Apparently determined to provide succour for port users and commuters long the Apapa – Oshodi corridor, the Lagos State government on Monday , announced the closure of some section of Mile 2 down to Tin Can Island ports access road.
The Permanent Secretary in the state Ministry of Transportation, Taiwo Salaam said the closure is to allow palliative repairs on the road,pointing out that the closure takes effect from Monday, June 17, 2019, and will last for 48 hours.
Salaam noted that the move was in line the Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to make Lagos traffic free for its citizen.
“These repairs and so many others that are in the offing are in consonance with the plans of the administration of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to make Lagos traffic free for its citizenry,” Salam added.
Salaam said, “The closure would be effected to allow the construction company to speed up the palliative repair works on the corridor due to incessant and avoidable accidents experienced by motorists