The Federal Road Safety Corps, Lagos State Command, on Thursday, assured residents of the state of free flow of traffic, in spite the temporary closure of the third mainland bridge.
The statistics was provided by the Corps Public Education Officer of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Commander Bisi Kazeem.
Olakpe gave the commendation in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday, saying that he was impressed with the motorists’ orderliness throughout the duration of the president’s visit.
A statement issued on Wednesday by the Authority said the event will kick-off at 6am from the National Stadium, Surulere and terminate at Eko Atlantic City, Victoria Island, thus necessitating traffic diversion.
The State Government had on January 4 commenced the enforcement of the partial closure of some roads in Agege to facilitate the construction of the 1.4km flyover, which was conceived and designed by the present administration in the State…
Hassan noted that already, the Lagos State Government has reconstituted the Joint Security Task Force specifically established to tackle Apapa gridlock and other security threats within the axis brought about by the blockade of major roads…
Speaking during a joint enforcement carried out in the axis by LASTMA and the Rapid Response Squad of the Lagos State Police Command, the General Manager of the Agency, Olawale Musa, said the State Government had been inundated with several…
The Government also denied the involvement of LASTMA in an incident, which led to the death of a motor boy attached to a tanker in Apapa area of the State on Thursday
The dismissed officer said he instructed driver of the vehicle in front to move to ease the traffic but refused. In the petition, Olusegun said he took photograph of the vehicle with his phone after which the bus conductor held his hand…
He said prior to the new regime of traffic management in the state, an estimated loss of N42 billion worth of man-hour was recorded in Lagos on annual basis as a result of chaotic traffic situations
The retired Assistant Inspector-General of Police also appealed to lawmakers in the state not to call him to plead for anyone caught flouting the law
The appointment of Olakpe, according to a statement signed by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Habib Aruna, is in strong response to the consistent complaints by the public on the situation of traffic on the streets of Lagos.
Adio said some officials had resorted to "sit-down" approach to some traffic violators, adding that there was the need for government to institute monitoring inspectors to watch over LASTMA field officials
Braimah said the programme was aimed at removing lawless road users and promoting economic activities. He said: "Those that have no business to obey our traffic laws should not be on our roads