The Lagos State Government has affirmed the development of flyover extensions for two of the State's high-thickness movement zones, Ajah indirect and Abule Egba intersection. The two noteworthy undertakings were endorsed by the State's Executive Council and have been properly honored to contractual workers for a quick beginning of work.
In a public statement issued yesterday December thirteenth by the State's Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Steve Ayorinde, the activities will be finished inside of 16 months.
The announcement said the development of the strengthened solid flyover and signalized crossing point at Ajah circuitous will be attempted at the same time with the recovery of Freedom Road in Lekki, with a perspective to decreasing the substantial activity being recorded at the Ajah indirect and the Lekki-Ikoyi hub. Ayorinde said the Ajah flyover extension will have a sun oriented controlled signalized convergence with a specific end goal to significantly enhance activity, while the update of Freedom Road is required to straightforwardness movement impressively for vehicles utilizing the Third Roundabout to associate Lekki through Admiralty way.
While the Ajah venture will ease development of occupants and suburbanites on the Lagos Island - Ibeju Lekki regions, the development of the strengthened cement double carriage flyover scaffold at Abule Egba intersection will similarly convey happiness and alleviation to a large number of workers that utilization the Lagos - Abeokuta Expressway in Ifako-Ijaye Local Government Area of the State once a day when finished. Like the Ajah venture, Ayorinde said the Abule Egba flyover extension will likewise have signalized crossing point under it to benefit Oko-Oba and other connection streets inside of the pivot.
He said as finally weekend, more than 300 streets have been repaired and restored through the Lagos State Public Works Corporation (LSPWC's) constant street support that has left no nearby government region unattended to