Saturday, 30 June 2018



Lagos State To Close Oshodi Flyover For Seven Hours....see reasons

The Lagos state commissioner for works and infrastructure, has revealed to the general public in a statement on Friday, that there will be a closure of the popular Oshodi flyover bridge. 


 
Construction site on Oshodi
 
The Lagos state government says there will be a partial restriction of movement on the Oshodi flyover to enable it advance the ongoing construction of the Oshodi transport interchange.
 
Ade Akinsanya, state commissioner for works and infrastructure, in a statement on Friday, said the restriction will take effect from 10pm on July 1 to 5am on July 2.
 
Akinsanya said construction work at the interchange had “entered critical stage” and the contractor, Messer Planet Projects Limited, would be hoisting heavy structural steel trusses for the assembly of the skywalk bridge.
 
The commissioner said officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Federal Road safety corps (FRSC), police, Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Corps (LAGESC), Vehicle Inspection Officers (VIO) will be on ground to manage traffic and provide safety and security support during the seven-hour night operation.
 
According to Akinsanya, the skywalk bridge, the longest free standing pedestrian bridge in Nigeria at 53.4m long and six metres wide, would link terminal one and two buildings at the Oshodi transport interchange.
 
He said the flyover will be completely closed in the direction of Anthony axis to the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), while the motorists (in both directions) will make use of the second carriageway, in the direction from airport to Oshodi to Anthony.
 
Akinsanya further said in the days and weeks ahead, there would also be closure on some certain section of roads within the axis.
 
“Motorists coming from Anthony can either access town planning way through Ikorodu road or Apapa Oworonshoki expressway and then turn to Ilupeju industrial avenue then link Agege motor road via Ilupeju bypass and make a U-turn at Bolade and turn to Apapa Oworonshoki expressway,” he said.
 
“For motorists coming from Isolo/Airport Road, you can enter the service lane at Charity and turn to Agege Motor Road at Oshodi and then link Ilupeju Industrial Avenue via Ilupeju Bypass and then turn to Town Planning Way to link up Apapa-Oworonshoki Expressway.
 
“We encourage individuals and groups that may have cause to use the network of roads and bridges passing through, or linking Oshodi and environ, to be alert to disruptions and danger associated with movement of heavy steel and equipment.”


Are You On youtube? subscribe to our Latest Updates - @tonygists
Are You On youtube? subscribe to Xtremely Honest Channel Latest Updates - @Xtremely Honest

Are You On Twitter? Follow Us Now For Latest Updates - @tonygists1

Are You On FACEBOOK? Like Our Page For Latest Updates - tonygists

Are You On FACEBOOK? Join Our Group For Latest Updates And Interactions - TonyGists


© 2019 Tonygists | Portions are © 2019 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or distributed.

Share This Post Via

Related Posts

Previous
Next Post »


Reliance Training and Management Consulting, a dynamic, fast growing indigenous entity, was established and duly registered with the aim to nurture, develop and innovate people and organisations through customized training, development and management consulting services, with excellent performance, deep sense of commitment, transparency, honesty and responsibility, to demonstrate the highest standard of technical and operational expertise.
 


 
Reliance is competently positioned to provide technical knowledge and skills relevant to practical management and business problems, to stimulate the creativity and innovation necessary to build a better community, a better nation and a better world with a committed mind set to contributing our best to the maximization of personal potentials and skills toward optimizing productivity and achieving organisational goals.
 
for more information click RELIANCE TRAINING AND MANAGEMENT CONSULTING

AD 728 x 90size