Following the level of the construction works ongoing on Adekunle Ramp and in order to complete it in record time of Five Weeks, the entire traffic inward and outward of the ramp will be closed to traffic from Sunday, 19th November till 8th December, 2023, (the completion period of five weeks earmarked for the project).

Consequently, alternative routes presently in use still subsist as follows;
1.      Motorists from Lagos Island heading to Ebute Metta will make use of Ilubirin to connect Carter Bridge (Idumota Bridge) to link Iddo inwards Otto/Oyingbo axis and access Herbert Macaulay Way to link their desired destinations.
2.      Motorists from Victoria Island are to go through Bonny Camp to Onikan Marina Bridge, Apongbon to link Eko Bridge, Costain via Apapa Road, Railway Compound to link Alagomeji, Glover Road to access Apena Junction, Herbert Macaulay Way to connect their desired destinations.
3.      In the same vein, Motorists wishing to travel through Adekunle to Ebute-Metta from Lagos-Ibadan are advised to make use of Ikorodu Road (Ojota, Anthony, Onipanu, Fadeyi) and Jibowu to access Herbert Macaulay Way to continue their journeys.
4.      Motorists from Gbagada can go through Anthony Interchange to link Ikorodu Road inwards Jibowu to access Herbert Macaulay Way and link their desired destinations.
5.      Motorists from Apapa-Oshodi Expressway wishing to link Ebute-Metta are advised to link Oshodi Bridge to Town Planning Way to Ikorodu Road to access their various destinations.

Adequate traffic and security personnel are still on ground at the construction zones and the various alternative routes/critical points, Motorists are encouraged to cooperate with them, exercise patience and observe safety measures during the palliative works.

It should be noted that the entire stretch of Third Mainland Bridge inward and outward is still open to Motorists during this period as only the Adekunle ramp is affected.

Mr. Oluwaseun Osiyemi,
Lagos State Commissioner for Transportation.

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