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Lagos Diverts Traffic for Rehabilitation of Asolo Bridge

In line with the scheduled rehabilitation of Asolo Bridge in Ikorodu axis by the Office of Infrastructure, the Lagos State Government has announced that traffic will be diverted away from the bridge from tomorrow, Saturday, 23rd March, 2024.

As a result of the rehabilitation, Asolo Bridge will be cordoned off partly from Mile 12 to Ogolonto.

Consequently the following alternatives have been provided for Motorists during the two phases of the repair works.

PHASE ONE OF THE PROJECT

SCENE 1:
During the first phase of the repair, Motorists heading to Ogolonto/Ikorodu Garage from Ketu will be diverted into the BRT Corridor from Orita Aje Bus stop and will exit the lane at Mechanic Workshop to continue their journeys.

SCENE 2:
Motorists on the service lane heading towards Ketu/Mile 12 axis from Ogolonto/Ikorodu garage will be diverted to the BRT corridor at Mechanic Workshop and exit by Orita Aje Bus Stop/Ajegunle to continue their journeys.

PHASE II OF THE PROJECT

SCENE 1:
For the second phase of the project, Ikorodu Bound Motorists inward Ogolonto/Ikorodu garage from Ketu/Mile 12 axis will maintain the service lane, while all BRT Buses will be diverted to the service lane by Ajegunle exit to continue their journeys.

SCENE 2:
All Motorists (Private/Commercial and BRT buses) inward Ketu/Mile 12 axis from Ogolonto/Ikorodu garage will continue their journeys through the service lane after Asolo Bridge, while all BRT Buses will be diverted to the BRT lane by Ajegunle inlet.

The Commissioner for Transportation, Mr. Oluwaseun Osiyemi implored Motorists who ply the corridor to be patient as the State Government has deployed necessary measures including Traffic Management Officials and road signage to ameliorate inconveniences.

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