Worried by the gridlock caused by reconstruction works, the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, has announced suspension of further action on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
The gesture will reduce inconveniences for travellers during the Eid-el- Kabir, Sallah celebration.
The Federal Controller of Works, Lagospp Engr, Olukorede Kesha, announced this in a statement on Monday.
The statement reads: “Due to the recent heavy traffic flow being experienced on the Lagos Shagamu route in the last couple of days, the inclement weather conditions, the forthcoming Eid Kabir and the advice of the traffic management team deployed to manage traffic related issues on the project.
“Construction activities on this ever busy and very important highway will be suspended from Tuesday, 27 of June to Sunday, 2 of July, 2023.
“This is to allow travellers easy passage during the Eid holiday and minimise the discomfort of traffic gridlock during this very important period.
“Travellers are advised to cooperate with Traffic Management Team deployed on the highway to manage traffic”.