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Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Third Mainland Bridge To Be Closed For Partial Repairs From Friday....

The federal government has announced that a part of the Third Mainland Bridge will be closed from midnight on Friday July 24,2020 for scheduled rehabilitation work...






Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, announced this on Tuesday while briefing Journalists in Abuja.
He confirmed that the rehabilitation work will be carried out on 3.5km of the 11.8km of the bridge.

The rehabilitation became imperative due to failing and damaged portions, admitting that the government cannot afford to rebuild the bridge if allowed to collapse.

The replacement of damaged bars, hydro-demolition of all non-firm parts and lifting of two of the bridge spans, will take a large portion of the work, which is expected to run until January 2021

Others are the anti-rust treatment of exposed bars, replacement of 14 damaged expansion joints and other auxiliary works to make the bridge safer for commuters.
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24 comments:

  1. Drumroll!!! Let the traffic gridlock begin!

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  2. Hmmm. There will be maaad traffic. I sha hope this is the last time this will happen.

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    1. Candy, how can this be the last time? Repairs/servicing on and of structures are carried out all over the world. Or did you mean to write something else? Please clarify.

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    2. Last time ke, you don’t want them to keep maintaining the bridge?
      We complain that Nigeria has no maintenance culture and you’re saying this?

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    3. Anons, when I say last time, I do not mean LAST time. Of course, I know they'll be repairs, and maintenance.

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  3. Lagosians una go harem again.

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  4. Let me just stay on the island for this period of six months and not bother myself about coming home to see my people.The traffic will be helish. Can't deal!

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  5. I pity those in Lagos, traffic will be very crazy.

    Our Lagos Bvs God is with you all.

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  6. As a sharp Igbo man way I be, na bicycle business I go recommend for unemployed youths

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  7. Bridge is still open,and the traffic is mad...I wonder how it will be when its closed. May God help me and those plying the route

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    1. This people should be ashamed of themselves..By now we should have at least 2 additional bridges asides from the existing 3 bridges..So if Military people no build those bridges na so we for dey look ourselves.

      They even had to do it when it is in a deplorable state.These bridges should be maintained every 2 years...Chineke nna deliver us from these daylight vampires..Mtsheeww

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  8. The traffic will be bumper to bumper.

    Na to just buy gliding shoe to they walks for road after work

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  9. E go be!...Lagosians will survive🤗

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  10. The traffic from oyingbo yesterday was terrific because of the road patches going on at Adekunle axis...

    Going to Island during the bridge repairs will be another traumatic journey....

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  11. traffic will be so heavy this time
    those in Lagos all is well

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  12. Lagos traffic will be raised to power ten😂

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  13. Make develop water transport naa?😩😩

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