Some commuters in Lagos State have appealed to the state government to reconsider its plan to increase the bus fares of Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) and Lagos Buses known as LAGBUS with effect from March 1.
Barely three weeks into the enforcement of the speed limit device, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says it has recorded a noticeable decrease in crash rates on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway.
Commercial motorcyclists in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on Friday appealed to the Federal Government not to ban their operation across the country.
Mr Israel Adeshola, the National President of Bus Conductors Association of Nigeria (BCAN), says that as from March it is mandatory for bus conductors in Lagos state to wear uniforms, name tags and badges.
Commuters using the LAGBUS and Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) buses in Lagos will pay more from March 1, following the Lagos State Government’s approval of upward review in their fares.
The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) in Osun has reiterated its commitment to end overloading of vehicles to reduced carnage on the roads.
Twenty seven ships laden with petroleum products, food items and other goods are expected to arrive Apapa and Tin-Can Island ports in Lagos from Feb. 13 to Feb. 27.
The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) in Anambra has said that one out of eight commercial vehicles has installed the Speed Limiting Device.
Minister of Transportation Rotimi Amaechi, says the ministry will support the Amalgamated Commercial Tricycles, Motorcycle Owners, Repairers and Riders Association to aid its operations.
The National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) has called for sustained awareness of the public to the benefits of using the speed limiting device before its enforcement.