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Sagamu-bound lane of Lagos-Ibadan expressway to be blocked for 18 weeks – FRSC

The Ogun State Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), has announced the closing down of the Sagamu-bound carriage way on the Lagos/Ibadan Expressway for a period of 18 weeks.The closing down is for the purpose of reconstruction work.

This was contained in a statement signed by the Public Education Officer, Route Commander Florence Okpe. According to the statement, there will be a temporary diversion of traffic to incoming carriageway between Kilometre 27 which is about 200 metres before the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) camp Car Park C U-turn to Kilometre 25 after the camp’s main gate.

The closure will enable the construction company working on the reconstruction of the highway, Julius Berger Plc, to carry out the resurfacing work on the Lagos- Sagamu segment of the expressway.

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The Ogun State Sector Commander of the FRSC, Clement Oladele, advised motorists to cooperate with the body and other sister traffic management agencies for the inconveniences that might be experienced, pending the completion of the road reconstruction.

“This is to inform the motoring public that there will be temporary traffic diversion on the Sagamu bound traffic along the Lagos – Ibadan Expressway from KM 26 around 200 Meters from the existing RCCG CAR PARK C U – TURN to KM 28, being a location just after RCCG Maingate and narrowing of Lagos bound traffic carriage way to accommodate 2 lanes both for Lagos and Sagamu bound traffic respectively from Sunday 02 September 2018 to Tuesday 15 January 2019.

“This is to enable Julius Berger Nigeria PLC, the construction company rehabilitating the Lagos to Sagamu segment of the Lagos – Ibadan Expressway carry out resurfacing work on the Expressway.

“Motorists are accordingly advised to note that this may increase the time of their usual travelling period and should therefore increase the time of their travelling period whenever using this corridor during the period of the temporary diversion of traffic. 

They are to drive within the maximum speed limit of 50km per hour, prescribed by the National Road Traffic Regulations, 2012, as maximum speed at construction zones.

“They are also to observe lane discipline and enjoined to drive cautiously while obeying traffic rules and regulations around the diversion area and on all other road corridors.”

FRSC: Sagamu-bound lane of Lagos-Ibadan expressway to be blocked for 18 weeks

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Tireni Adebayo

Tireni Adebayo is the Editor of Kemi Filani News. She has BSC in Mass Communication from the Redeemer's University and M.A in Mass Communication from the University of Lagos (2014 - 2015) where she majored in Public Relations and Advertising and Digital Media.  When she is not writing, she is either listening to music or reading her favorite books. Tel: +2348061000090 Address: Herbert Macaulay, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria Email: [email protected]

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