MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION ADJUST TRAVEL ADVISORY PLANS FOR MOTORISTS PLYING KETU-MILE 12 (CORRIDOR OF IKORODU) ~ INN Nigeria

In preparation for continuation of work on the second segment of the Ketu – Mile-12 corridor of Ikorodu Road, the Ministry of Transportation has adjusted existing travel advisory plans for motorists plying the road.

Special Adviser to the Governor on Transportation, Mr. Oluwatoyin Fayinka, said the adjusted traffic plan will include diversion, alternative routes for traffic movement and a strict enforcement of extant environment and traffic laws during the period of the construction works.

He disclosed that an adjustment to the existing traffic advisory became expedient in order to enlighten motorists and other road users on the counter flow and encourage them to use alternative roads during the period of road rehabilitation work.

According to him, motorists coming from Ikorodu inward Ketu will, from the exit of the Mile-12 Bridge, be diverted to the service lane and the alternative carriage lanes inward Mile-12 from 4am to 2pm daily.

While motorists going towards the Third Mainland Bridge are advised to divert under the Bridge to link Ajelogo inward Alapere and Ogudu.

Fayinka stated that as an alternative, they can also use Olatunji Ige, Fakoya Street and Ikosi Road onward Toll Gate to link Lagos-Ibadan Expressway inward third Axial Road.

The Special Adviser spoke further that Ikorodu bound motorists approaching Owode Elede from Ketu will keep to the service and BRT lanes from 4am, while the normal flow of traffic would be maintained from 2pm daily.

He advised that motorists can also exit Ketu on the slip road inward Ajelogo and make use of adjoining routes on Aliu, Oladele and Adedoyin Streets to link Mile-12 Under Bridge. He implored articulated vehicles to approach the market using Oremerin and Ibikunle Streets.

One thought on “MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION ADJUST TRAVEL ADVISORY PLANS FOR MOTORISTS PLYING KETU-MILE 12 (CORRIDOR OF IKORODU) ~ INN Nigeria

  1. Soji Ogundipe.

    On paper, your arrangement is good but, believe me, our Lastma Officials /Police Officers are not on the same page with you in action. Most of them look the other way while commercial vehicles have field day disturbing free flow of traffic. Check out mile 12 under bridge for confirmation, expecially in pm hours.

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