Lagos State Lead Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Sunday, authorized the Lagos Rail Mass Travel (LRMT) Red Line Bridge Scaffold at Oyingbo.
This came three days after the Yaba bridge span, one more Red Line framework, was initiated by the lead representative.
Oyingbo bridge span is a significant travel connect between Lagos Island and the Central area, rising from Murtala Mohammed Way in Ebute Metta and dropping traffic into two separate blood vessel streets – Iddo and Costain.
(Wapchris) He said: “Today, we are opening one more Bridge Scaffold developed to guarantee security of lives and continuous progression of vehicular traffic at level intersections along the Red Line. This key task, which is the second of the five extensions embraced by Lagos State Government along the rail hall, has been conveyed in Oyingbo, popular for being a flourishing focus of trade.
The siting of this framework in this space is vital and deliberate to accomplish a consistent coordinated multi-purpose transport framework for individuals. Oyingbo Flyover is a significant extension associating Oyingbo Station of the Lagos Red Line to the Oyingbo Bus stop. The foundation has additionally opened new availability for drivers and workers going to the Island from the Central area.”
Sanwo-Olu noticed that the kickoff of the bridge span came with impeccable timing in view of the planned support work on Third Central area Scaffold, which provoked the conclusion of Ebute Metta segments filling in as ways for drivers going to Lagos Island.
The Red Line rail is around 96% finished, the lead representative said in September during the banner off of business activities of the Blue Line rail.
When completely functional, moving in excess of 500,000 travelers consistently is normal. This means 3.5 million travelers week after week and 15 million travelers every month.
The Red Line rail traverses 37 Kilometers and runs from Agbado to Marina with 13 stations in Agbado, Iju, Agege, Ikeja, MMIA Global, MMIA homegrown, Oshodi, Mushin, Yaba, Ebute-Metta, Iddo, Ebute Ero, and Marina.