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#MorningUpdate: Going out? Stay off Ojuelegba; see other places to avoid

Motorists and commuters who may be going out of the Lagos Mainland should take this advance traffic warning very seriously as activities of tanker drivers heading to the Apapa jetty have resulted into a heavy traffic gridlock in these axes; Ikorodu Road inwards Ojuelegba Ojuelegba inwards Barracks/Stadium Stadium inwards Eko Bridge Iponri/Costain inwards Apapa Apapa

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LASTMA arrest 8 officials over corrupt practices

In continuation of its efforts to stem the tide of corruption among the state traffic officials, the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has arrested eight of its officials for collecting bribe from motorists and other corrupt practices. The officials, who are attached to the Agege-Pen Cinema Office of the Agency,

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Container truck falls on Ojuelegba bridge – See traffic diversion details

Following the auto accident involving a container truck which fell on the usually busy Ojuelegba bridge opposite Abalti barracks, the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has announced a traffic diversion. Motorists heading to Barracks and other connecting areas are advised to avoid Western Avenue use Moshalasi route to access their

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One seriously injured in Igando petrol tanker accident

An unidentified tanker driver is currently hospitalized at the Igando General Hospital following his involvement in an auto crash yesterday, Thursday, July 20, 2017. According to reports, the accident involving a petrol tanker with number plate SMK 151 XF and another truck occurred around 4:17pm along Alihaji Ede bus-stop, opposite the

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Police chief condemns harassment of LASTMA officers by members

Following the persistent harassment of officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) by Police officers, the Assistant Inspector General of Police Zone 2, Adamu Ibrahim has warned Police in the state to desist henceforth from such act or be dealt with accordingly. Ibrahim handed down the warning during a

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Bus conductor dies after falling off speeding danfo at Maryland

An unidentified bus conductor passed away yesterday, April 18 2017, after falling off a speeding yellow commercial bus popularly known as ‘danfo’ at the Maryland. The incident occurred at around 5:00pm along the BRT corridor at the Maryland tunnel. It was learnt that the bus, marked KSF 198 XF, entered the BRT

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Commuters injured in tanker accident at Oke Afa – See Photos

Many have been feared injured in an auto crash that occurred at Oke – Afa, inward Pako roundabout in the Isolo of Lagos today, Tuesday, February 28, 2017. InsideMainland gathered that the accident which occurred around 2:28pm involved a tanker and a tricycle popularly known as ‘Napep’. While InsideMainland cannot independently verify

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LASTMA reveals the cause of traffic gridlock on Lagos roads

In a bid to curb the spike in traffic violation and illegal parking across Lagos, the General Manager of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Mr. Wale Musa, has appealed to motorists, especially commercial drivers, to desist from illegal picking and dropping of passengers at undesignated places. Musa made this

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Good News! LASTMA will no longer impound broken down vehicles; See why

Motorists in Lagos can now heave a sigh of relief following the new directive announced by the management of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA). The new development as announced by the Acting Commissioner for Transportation, Prince Nofiu Elegushi, stipulates that traffic officers attached to LASTMA can no longer impound

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Yuletide Season: LASEMA ready for any emergency; cautions residents on use of fireworks

Ahead of the yuletide season celebrations, the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) has urged Lagosians to celebrate the period with caution to avoid unnecessary loss of lives and properties. While hoping that Lagosians have hitch free celebrations, the agency also advised residents to be wary of the use of fireworks

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