Lagos State Government, yesterday, said the second phase of the Blue Line Rail project, from Mile 2 to Okoko, which construction has started, will be completed in 2027.
Responding to calls for the reinstatement of the 50 per cent rebate on fare for regulated bus and rail transport, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, yesterday, directed implementation of 25 per cent discount beginning from today.
Stakeholders have stressed the need for Africa to prioritise sustainable urban transit systems as part of efforts to strengthen the transportation sector.
Lagos, renowned for its vibrant and dynamic urban ecosystem, is hosting the second general assembly of the newly established African Association of Urban Mobility Authorities (AUMA) from November 6 to 7.
In 2017, former governor of Lagos State, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, signed the Yoruba Language Preservation and Promotion Law.
Since the beginning of the Fourth Republic in 1999, one cardinal agenda of the Southwest geopolitical zone is to forge a common front for the development and progress of the region.
It is a record-breaking feat for Lagos State, though the commencement of intracity train service came 12 years behind schedule of the completion of the first phase of the Blue Line rail project.
Beginning from Monday, October 16, Lagos State Government will increase train trips from 12 to 54, targeting 74 trips before the end of November on the Lagos Rail Mass Transit (LRMT) Blue Line (Marina to Mile 2).
To achieve sustainable economic development across sectors, there is an urgent need to pursue transportation that is inclusive, safe, efficient, diverse, cost-effective, accessible and comfortable.
The Federal Government has certified the blue rail infrastructure of the Lagos Rail Mass Transit (LRMT) as safe for passenger operations, according to the Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA). LAMATA, in a statement on Thursday, stated that the certification follows a painstaking audit of the rail infrastructure by the Government Inspector of Railways from…
The Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) has begun to use Yoruba language in train announcements. Our correspondent observed videos of LAMATA officials making announcements in the Yoruba Language at the train station on Wednesday. https://x.com/Gen_Buhar/status/1701871727662309599?s=20 Lagos State House of Assembly on Tuesday summoned LAMATA to appear before it over its failure to use Yoruba…
The Lagos State House of Assembly on Tuesday asked the Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) to appear before it over its refusal to add Yoruba to languages it uses for announcements in its train service.