25 Jul 2020
The Federal and Lagos State governments yesterday allayed commuters’ apprehension over the partial closure of the Third Mainland Bridge for repairs.
1 Mar 2020
Federal Controller of Works Lagos State, Adedamola Kuti has expressed government’s commitment to ease the stress on commuters plying Lagos Ibadan expressway.
2 Sep 2019
Lagos State records more than 70 percent of Nigeria’s vehicular traffic, in spite of its small landmass. The Federal Controller of Works in the state, Adedamola Kuti, made the observation in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos yesterday.
19 Jul 2019
The pains of motorists on the Oshodi-Apapa expressway continued yesterday just as the Federal Controller of Works in Lagos, Adedamola Kuti, disclosed that construction work has commenced simultaneously on various sections of the highway.
16 May 2019
The Federal Government yesterday said that the completion rate of the reconstruction work on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway has reached 40 per cent.Federal Controller of Works, Mr. Adedamola Kuti, who disclosed this yesterday when he led workers of the Ministry of Power...
19 Dec 2018
The Federal Government temporarily opened the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway yesterday for the use of commuters.The Federal Controller of Works, Lagos, Mr. Adedamola Kuti, who officially removed the barricades...
4 Sep 2018
The end-of-year set for the completion of the reconstruction of Lagos-Ibadan expressway may be extended, an official of Ministry of Works has said. Reconstruction project of the road commenced in 2013, to be completed in 2017, but it was later moved to end of 2018/early 2019 as a result of the increase in scope of…
11 Jul 2018
The Federal Controller of Works, Lagos, Mr Adedamola Kuti, on Wednesday in Lagos said that the emergency rehabilitation/maintenance of the Third Mainland Bridge project would begin on July 27
5 Apr 2018
The planned closure of the Marine Bridge and Wharf Road in Apapa, Lagos, concurrently from next week will completely lock down the access roads and spell further doom for the nation’s seaports.