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LAGOS: Govt announces traffic diversion at second rainbow 

THE state government has announced a plan to divert traffic at the Second Rainbow Bus Stop along Apapa/Oworonshoki Expressway from the 24th of December, 2022 to the 5th of January, 2023.

The Commissioner for Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde made this known on Friday at Alausa Ikeja, saying the launching of beams at the Second Rainbow Bus Stop necessitated this diversion to prevent vehicular interference and ensure the safety of motorists.

He advised motorists on the Apapa bound lane from Cele Bus Stop heading inwards Mile 2 axis to utilise the Festac link road at Second Rainbow and make a left turn, after which they are to follow traffic signs to continue their journeys, while motorists on the Oshodi bound lane towards Cele Bus Stop should make a right turn at the Second Rainbow Bus stop and proceed to their desired destinations.

Oladeinde further assured that the State Traffic Management Authority will be deployed along the axis to ensure a smooth flow of traffic, noting that diversion signs have also been placed along the affected corridor to guide and minimise inconveniences for motorists.

The commissioner wished Lagosians peaceful yuletide celebrations and assured that the current administration will deliver on its promises to the citizenry.

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