Stella Dimoko Lagos Closes Section of Recently Burnt Festac Link Bridge To Carry Out Integrity Test


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Thursday, December 21, 2017

Lagos Closes Section of Recently Burnt Festac Link Bridge To Carry Out Integrity Test

The Lagos State Government through the State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) on Wednesday announced an immediate closure of a section of the recently burnt FESTAC Link Bridge.

The closure, according to government, was as a result of expert advice by the State Ministry of Works and Infrastructure that the integrity of a section of the bridge was in doubt, and therefore needed to be closed down for repairs.

General Manager of LASTMA, Mr Olawale Musa, in a statement, said the precautionary decision was taken in order to save lives and properties of motorists and other users of the Amuwo Odofin- FESTAC Link Bridge.

He further assured that no stone would be left unturned for residents and motorists of Amuwo Odofin, FESTAC Town and adjourning communities to enjoy seamless traffic during the period of yuletide and beyond.

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  1. Better for them to avoid stories

    Good morning Dearie's

  2. hmmmm. I hope they keep up to the promise. alerranatives should be provided cos of traffic

  3. Not just Festac link bridges. The integrity of the whole bridges in Apapa/Ajegunle are in doubt. Heavy/Articulated stationing on these bridges everyday. E.g. Mile2 inward Apapa, Berger Suya to Kirikiri, Orile to National theatre, Fadeyi to Stadium, Iponri to Ijora Olopa, Ijora Olopa inwand Apapa, Coconut to Tincan etc.


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