Lagos commissioner harps on dedication to duty
The Lagos State Commissioner for Transportation, Mr Ladi Lawanson has urged all Public Servants in the employ of the State Government to live up to their responsibilities by being proactive and dedicated to duty. He gave the admonition at the last day in office ceremony of the Director, Public Affairs of the Ministry of Transportation,…
Lagos rescinds decision on road closure for Buhari’s rally
Following the apprehension that greeted the scheduled visit of President Muhammadu Buhari for the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential rally today, the Lagos State Government, yesterday, assured residents that there would be no road.....
Lagos, chamber to tackle traffic issues at symposium
To check the long man-hours lost to traffic, ensure a better driving culture and road safety, Lagos State Government has said continuous training for drivers is critical. The Commissioner for Transportation, Mr. Ladi Lawanson said this at a briefing for a workshop on road safety through continuous driver education slated for Tuesday 29, January 2019 being organised by the Ministry of Transportation…
LASG, LCCI to train motorists on driving skills to reduce carnage
The Commissioner for Transportation, Mr Ladi Lawanson, who said this at a news conference in Ikeja on Friday, added that the training would begin on Feb. 1.
Lagos to close Alaka Bridge for two days
To avert danger from the deteriorating road pavement, the Lagos State Government, yesterday, said the Alaka Bridge inward Eko Bridge would be closed to traffic...
Lagos woos investors with latent water transport opportunities
The Lagos government yesterday wooed the private sector and investors with the latent opportunities in the state’s water transport system.
Respite finally comes for motorists on Apapa-Oshodi expressway
After almost a week commuters had hellish experience plying the Apapa-Oshodi expressway, respite finally came yesterday following the clearing of articulated vehicles from a section...
Ambode extends ‘operation restore sanity to Lagos roads’
The order by the Lagos State government to remove all containerised trucks and tankers parked along the Oshodi-Apapa Expressway has been extended by 48 hours.