Commuters groan as BRT/LAGBUS fare hike begins today
As the new fare regime announced by the Lagos State government for Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), LAGBUS and franchise buses begins today, commuters have expressed their displeasure with the hike in fare.
NCP, PDP, LP want Ambode to reverse BRT fares
Except the Lagos State government reverses its decision, commuters in the state, will from tomorrow, start paying higher fares for the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) that was put in place in 2008, to cushion the...
Agriculture pivotal to development of South West region, says Ibikunle Amosun
The four-day meeting, with the theme, “Innovative Governance and Effective Service Delivery “ and with participants from the six states in the zone, is to marshal out ways to robustly turn around the fortunes of the region.
Lagos to decongest queues at BRT busstops
To decongest queues at BRT bus stops, ease the challenges Lagosians face in obtaining tickets and overhaul transportation structure, the Lagos State government is set to introduce the Intelligent Transport System ....
Primero: One year of operational excellence
Primero Transport Limited (operators of the blue BRT buses) has rolled out the drums to celebrate one year of its operations. The company began operations in November 2015 ...
Changing the paradigm of transportation in Nigeria
Fola Tinubu, the Managing Director of Primero Transport Services Limited (Operator of Lagos BRT buses from Ikorodu to CMS) is passionate about developing Lagos into a mega city.
Value Media partners LAMATA , Primero TV to launch BRT TV
External Relations Officer, Mr. Kolawole Ojelabi, who spoke on behalf of LAMATA, urged Nigerians to patronise the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) since it is part of the plan to make Lagos a mega city.
Non release of funds threatens World Bank-Lagos projects
There are indications that the multi-billion naira World Bank funded Lagos Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system might have been in danger, following allegation of non-release of funds by the state government ...
New project to ease gridlock in Lagos
A new Urban Railway Development project, embarked upon by the Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) in conjunction with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is expected to reduce gridlock in the state, particularly in Marina, Victoria Island and Ikoyi.
Investment in transportation generates employment, reduces poverty, says Fashola
Lagos State Government’s commitment to reduce poverty and create employment is dependent on the successes it is able to achieve in delivering a multi-modal transport infrastructure and services for the people of the state, the state’s Governor, Babatunde Fashola has said.