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LAGOS HOLDS STAKEHOLDERS’ MEETING ON TRANSPORT POLICY

The Lagos State Government has held a Stakeholders’ meeting on its proposed Transport Policy at the Adeyemi Bero Auditorium, Alausa, Ikeja, saying the policy was designed to address the challenges plaguing the transport sector of the State occasioned by rapid population growth. Addressing stakeholders, the State Commissioner for Transportation, Mr. Ladi Lawanson said that the increase in population was very …

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LAGOS COMMISSIONER CANVASSES SUPPORT FOR IMPROVED ROAD SAFETY CULTURE

. . . Seeks Additional Strategic Steps  The Lagos State Ministry of Transportation, in collaboration with the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has held a one-day workshop themed “Promoting Road Safety In A Smart City Through Continuous Driver Education” at the Adeyemi Bero Auditorium, Alausa, on Tuesday. Speaking at the event, the Commissioner for Transportation, Mr. Ladi Lawanson, said …

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LAGOS TO HOLD WORKSHOP ON ROAD SAFETY

The Lagos State Ministry of Transportation in collaboration with the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is set to hold a one-day workshop on road safety through continuous driver education on Tuesday, 29thof January, 2019. The State Commissioner for Transportation, Mr. Ladi Lawanson, who disclosed this on Friday at a Press Briefing organised by the State Government in Alausa, Ikeja, said …

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Official visit to LASTMA HEADQUARTERS, OSHODI, LAGOS.

From R  Honourable Commissioner for Transportation,  Ladi  Lawanson, Chief  Executive Officer LASTMA/Former AIG  Rtd  Chris  Olakpe, and LASTMA  General Manager  Wale Musa.           Group Photograph of LASDRI Officials,     Honourable Commissioner for Transportation Ladi Lawanson  and MOT Management Team during Official visit to Lagos State Drivers Institute, LASDRI  Lagos.       Group Photograph  of Lastma Officials  …

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Oko Oba Computerised Vehicle Inspection Centre

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