- The Lagos State Government said the traffic diversion is due to sectional repair of the Oke-koto intersection at Pen Cinema, Agege.
- The road closure which is for a period of 4 weeks is from Monday, May 15, 2023, to Monday, June 12, 2023.
- The state government while providing alternative routes in its travel advisory, said LASTMA personnel would be fully on the ground to direct traffic to ameliorate inconveniences.
The Lagos State Government has announced road closure as it embarks on a sectional repair of the Oke-koto intersection at Pen Cinema, Agege, for a period of 4 weeks.
The state government as a result released a traffic advisory and alternative routes for road users and motorists on that axis for the repairs which is from Monday,, May 15, 2023, to Monday, June 12, 2023.
This disclosure is contained in a statement issued by the Lagos State Commissioner for Transportation, Dr Frederic Oladeinde, on Saturday, May 13, 2023.
Oladeinde in the statement said that the following alternative routes have been mapped out to minimize inconvenience for Motorists;
- Motorists coming from Abule Egba end, moving towards the Secretariat, Alausa can make use of Fagba through Charity to join Oba Ogunji enroute Odo Eran to connect desired destinations.
- Motorists can make use of Old Oko Oba road to link Old Ipaja road depending on their desired destinations.
- Motorists coming from Iyana Ipaja inbound Oke-koto can make use of Olabode Street to access Oniwaya road enroute Guinness/Ashade.
- Motorists from Capitol Road junction going towards Oke-koto will be diverted to Oniwaya road on both sides to access their destinations.
- Motorists can also make use of Old Abeokuta road instead of Ipaja road.
- Motorists from the bridge heading to Oke-koto junction will be diverted to an alternative lane by Tabon-Tabon(near Conoil) to proceed with their journeys.
While imploring Motorists to be patient as the measures taken are aimed at providing quality and safe road infrastructure for everyone, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde assured that the State’s Traffic Management Authority, (LASTMA) Personnel would be fully on ground to direct traffic to ameliorate inconveniences.