The Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) has said that it generated N1.13 billion in revenue in the last year.
A recent study on transportation has described as unfair, the transport infrastructure in the country, to passengers with disabilities.
The Borno State Government is to procure and distribute 600 cars and tricycles for 2,200 taxi and tricycle operators in the state.
President of the National Council of Managing Directors of Licensed Customs Agents (NCMDLCA), Lucky Amiwero, has called for a complete overhaul and review of policies that pose barriers to trade.
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has revealed that some international cartels are conniving with few Nigerians to use the country as a transit route for illegal wildlife trade.
As Nigeria joined the rest of the world to celebrate the United Nations World Tourism Day, the Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN), has rallied members and stakeholders
A local construction firm, Duluidas Nigeria Ltd has appealed to the Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC) and the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) to conduct a due process review for the award of the reconstruction
The Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) generated N2.1 billion as revenue from passengers and cargo within the first half of 2021 an apparent reflection of the rising demand for rail services in the country...
Residents and motorists are reeling in pain over the deplorable state of roads within the Ile-Iwe Ejigbo axis, as thoroughfares within the community have become dilapidated.
The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has said staff of the agency would no longer apprehend motorists aggressively but with versatility and professionalism.
Professor Samuel Odewumi of the School of Transport, Lagos State University (LASU), has urged the government to emphasise user charges as a means of augmenting the budgetary allocation for road maintenance and rehabilitation.
RIF Trust, part of the Latitude Group, an international leading residency and citizenship by investment advisory, expands to Nigeria. The company’s second major expansion in Africa addresses the rapidly increasing demand for residency and citizenship by investment from wealthy Nigerians at a time of travel uncertainty.