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FRSC warns motorists on partial closure of Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
The closure wouldn’t have an effect on visitors inbound Lagos across the affected highway.
The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Ogun State Command, has announced a short-term closure of a section of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
FRSC, in a press release issued on Wednesday, explained that the short-term closure will have an effect on solely the Ibadan-bound carriageway of the expressway from Magboro to Kara and Ibafo.
The affected part will probably be closed from Wednesday, May 22 until Friday, May 24.
The three-day closure is to allow Julius Berger lay asphalt on the highway.
“This is to tell the motoring public that Julius Berger Nigeria PLC, at present rehabilitating the Lagos–Ibadan Expressway, could be quickly closing solely the Ibadan certain carriageway from Magboro to Kara and Ibafo, scheduled to begin from Wednesday, 22 May, 2019 and reopened on Friday, 24 May, 2019.
“The short-term closure is to put a bit of 400m of sporting asphaltic floor on the affected part of the hall.
“The closure wouldn’t have an effect on visitors inbound Lagos across the affected highway, however, would cut the carriageway which is predicted to construct up visitors across the talked about sections,” the assertion learn partly.
The FRSC Sector Commander, Clement Oladele, subsequently suggested motorists to notice the event and plan their journeys..