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29 Nov 2020
The prosperity of any vibrant economy is largely dependent on the efficiency of public transportation. The ease of movement of human capital, goods and services from production point to the distribution, as well as utility destination is determined by the efficiency of transportation. In the instance where goods and services suffer setbacks in the process…
28 Aug 2020
Ahead of the ember months, the Lagos State Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS), has expressed its readiness to tackle the menace of truck drivers even as it is set to commence state-wide sensitisation exercise for commercial drivers and other road users. The programme, an advocacy approach, would address more of truck/tanker driver education, basic training on…
13 Jul 2020
This article was triggered by the news report titled: ‘More questions than answers on ending Lagos gridlock’ of The Guardian newspaper on July 8, which detailed the Lagos Transportation...
15 Mar 2020
Lagos State Government has given owners of rickety articulated vehicles six weeks to stay off Lagos roads, as such trucks would be impounded at the expiration of the ultimatum.
11 Mar 2020
Lagos State Yellow taxi/Cab Drivers Association has launched a digital mobile app to enhance their operational efficiency, a statement from the Lagos State transport ministry said. Speaking at the launch of the app in Ikeja, Lagos transport commissioner Frederic Oladeinde urged the drivers to be civil and operate in compliance with the regulations that guide…
28 Feb 2020
Lagos State Transportation Ministry said it is focused on regulating activities of commercial hailing companies operating in its metropolis for security reasons. "The issue is that we are experiencing so many security situations in the state and we are taking charge of everything," the spokesperson of the Ministry of Transport Bolanle Ogunlana told The Guardian…
28 Oct 2019
I read with keen interest a featured article titled: Motorists worry as VIO cameras make big catches on Lagos ‘un-roadworthy’ roads published in the Metro section of October 14, 2019.
14 Oct 2019
The Big Brother Naija has ended but for road users in Lagos, there is a Big Brother watching out for road traffic infractions. This definitely is not the prying eyes of the feared Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) personnel or the full complement of the governor and deputy governor’s entourage
27 Aug 2019
Vehicle Inspection Service was initiated by many countries to drive a process that ensures vehicles on roads meet the required standard of safety, maintenance, and control of carbon emission which can endanger human life. 
29 Apr 2019
Officials of the Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS) in Lagos State are authorised to check rickety, overloaded and unregistered vehicles only. The Head of Control, Regulations and Enforcement of the agency, Mr. Olusoji Adebayo, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) yesterday in Lagos that the service had adopted a new operations system of carrying out…
12 Mar 2019
The Directorate of the Lagos Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS) has debunked claims that it had increased the price for the issuance of Road Worthiness Certificate. In a statement yesterday, Director of the VIS, Abdul-Hafeez Toriola, an engineer, described the rumour as unfounded and without any substance. He said in spite of the fact that the…
29 Jan 2018
In order to improve the transportation system in Lagos State, the Lagos State Computerised Vehicle Inspection Service (LACVIS) held a retreat for its management team and staff last week alongside the leadership of the Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS). The retreat, held at the PSSDC Conference Hall, Magodo, Lagos, was to review activities in 2017 and…

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