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TRAFFIC ADVISORY- 2015 LAGOS CARNIVAL: ROAD CLOSURES

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LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER FOR TRANSPORTATION
The Secretariat, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
PRESS RELEASE

TRAFFIC ADVISORY- 2015 LAGOS CARNIVAL: ROAD CLOSURES

Due to the hosting of the 2015 edition of the LAGOS CARNIVAL scheduled to hold tomorrow Saturday May 9, 2015, Road Closures and Traffic diversions are expected around the TBS, venue of the carnival, and other carnival routes especially in Victoria Island and Ikoyi areas from 8am to 6pm

The affected roads are:
Burdillion Rd, Falomo Round About, Awolowo rd, Onikan Round About, King George V rd, Turton Str, Lewis str, Bamgbose Str, Campos square, Joseph str, Catholic Mission-str, King’s College, J K Randle Rd, TBS main bowl.

CAR PARKING
Guests with Invitation Cards to park at any of these designated parks along Inner Marina road; NPA Car Park, Sterling Bank Car Park,
CONOIL Car Park, Shell Car Park, Onikan Stadium Car Park.

Guest without invitation Cards to make use of Car Parks opposite UBA Building.

There will be free shuttle buses to convey guests to TBS.

NOTE: people are also encouraged to park in Ikoyi & watch the Carnival procession from Awolowo road, Ikoyi.
LAGBUS will provide limited free bus shuttle services for members of the public from 9.30am tomorrow (Saturday) from the following locations to CMS and Obalende using specially designated buses. 

1. Berger
2. Mile 12
3. Oshodi
4. Ajah
5. Festac

Thanks
Kayode Opeifa
Honorable Commissioner, Transportation, Lagos
May 8, 2015


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1 Comment
  • Blonde Johnny Bass

    And nobody attended, what a waste of time, money and people’s business, the whole jamboree ended up another disgrace to a bunch of poor planners and tribal bigot again. When the Igbo refuse to join you know that for nothing in the world would the Hausa man join to dance in the streets of Lagos. I hail all the Igbo, Niger-Delta and SS that stayed at home.