LASG urges Port stakeholders to support end to Apapa gridlock
The Lagos State Government has said the Apapa gridlock has eased considerably and urged terminal operators to support the interventions set in place to end the gridlock in Apapa
Truckers move against new taskforce on port access roads
With the disbandment of Presidential Task Team on Apapa Gridlock, truck owners have kicked against any plan to introduce another taskforce on the port access roads.
Extortion worsens Apapa gridlock
Importers, clearing agents and truck owners have expressed concerns over worsening gridlock along the access roads at the Tin Can Island Port Complex (TCIPC), accusing officials of the Nigerian Ports Authority...
Agents, truckers prepare to check Apapa gridlock, extortions
Freight forwarders and truckers have formed a synergy to check, coordinate, and control the movement of goods from the seaports to avoid bribery and extortions.
Bridge rehabilitation may not end Apapa gridlock, says NSE chair
The chairman, Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Sunny Igholegwono, has said that Ijora, Eko, and other bridges leading to Apapa Wharf under rehabilitation might not end what he described as eternal gridlock on the road owing to the containers and trucks heading into Tin Can Island port. He made this known during his visit to…
Apapa Gridlock: Logistics practitioners seek removal of presidential task force
Members of the Logistics Practitioners Association of Nigeria (LPAN) has called for the removal of Presidential Task Force and unregistered truck owners in Apapa over alleged consistent exploitations.
Tackling the Lagos traffic nightmare
Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu’s recent declaration of war on traffic offenders in an attempt to ensure sanity on Lagos roads should not be allowed...
Sanwo-Olu’s executive orders: Walk the talk
The Lagos State governor’s first decision in office to take transportation and traffic issues seriously is remarkable and he should be...
Fact Check: Did Sanwo-Olu promise to end Apapa gridlock in 60 days?
Lagos State Babajide Sanwo-Olu Tuesday denied saying that he would solve the problem of gridlock in and around Apapa port within 60 days of assuming office. The gridlock has persisted for years with both federal and state government not being able to find a lasting solution to the problem. The backlog of gridlock has spilt…
Apapa gridlock: LASTMA, FRSC begin ‘Operation Totality Enforcement’ over presidential ultimatum
The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) is to begin ‘’Operation Totality Enforcement’’ to ensure timely implementation of President Muhammadu Buhari’s directive that trucks parking on Apapa roads should vacate with 72 hours. Mr Chris Olakpe, the Chief Executive Officer of LASTMA, made the disclosure on Friday in an interview with the News Agency of…