Europeans face crisis with EV
Europe’s automakers arrived at the Frankfurt auto show armed with a raft of new electric vehicles (EV) and a message to deliver to policymakers: These cars will not solve the climate crisis alone.
Stakeholders seek review of automotive policy, flay inaction
The nation’s automobile industry has been reeling under the pangs of harsh operating environment, just as the bottom-line of the sector’s listed equities, since 2015, remained subdued, with gloomy outlook, due to policy challenges.
Fresh hope for Apapa as FG links rail to port by December
Perennial congestion of roads inward Apapa port may find a lasting solution by December when the Federal Government completes the Lagos-Ibadan rail line extension into the port.
Stakeholders bemoan Chinese plan to import used cars to Nigeria
Auto dealers and stakeholders within the automotive industry have bemoaned the plans by Chinese government to export used cars into the country.
Bureaucracy, poor infrastructure stall regional connectivity in West Africa
Until Nigeria and her West African neighbours collectively tackle wide spread bureaucracies, the region will continue to have an unwritten restriction...
Lagos-Ibadan expressway: Between RCC’s pace and Julius Berger’s chaos
For motorists and residents along the Berger-Sagamu corridor of the Lagos-Ibadan expressway, anytime the contractor reconstructing the corridor...
Gokada reaffirms commitment to passenger safety
Motorbike hailing service, Gokada, intra-city mobility, has said it has achieved a landmark 99.8 per cent safety record since it officially commencement in 2018.
Uber unveils Greenlight hub in Benin
The launch, which witnessed the presence of State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, came on the back of Uber officially launching operations in the capital city.