OWORONSHOKI – ADEKUNLE, LAGOS – ISLAND (ADENIJI ADELE) – ADEKUNLE RAMPS ROADS CLOSED – LAGOS STATE GOVT.

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The Lagos State Government has released a diversion route due to the closure of Oworonshoki-Adekunle, Lagos Island (Adeniji Adele)- Adekunle Ramps.

According to the release, which was signed by Mr. Oluwaseun Osiyemi, the State Commissioner for Transportation, the closure is set to commence from 7.00 am on Monday 6th, November, 2023 for a period of Five Weeks.

In view of the above closure, the motoring public is hereby informed that the repair works will begin with the ramps connecting Oworoshoki to Adekunle and Lagos – Island (Adeniji Adele) to Adekunle simultaneously.

Consequently, while the two ramps mentioned above are under closure, the following alternative routes are advised for traffic:

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Motorists from Lagos Island heading to Ebute Metta will be diverted to Ilubirin to connect Carter Bridge (Idumota Bridge) to link Iddo inwards Otto/Oyingbo axis and access Herbert Macaulay Way to link their desired destinations.

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Motorists from Victoria Island are to go through Bonny Camp to Onikan Marina Bridge, Apongbon to Eko Bridge, Costain to Apapa Road, Railway Compound to Alagomeji, Glover Road to Apena Junction, Herbert Macaulay Way to reach their destinations.

In the same vein, Motorists wishing to travel through Adekunle to Ebute – Metta from Lagos – Ibadan are advised to use the following alternative routes:

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Motorists from Motorways will be diverted to Ikorodu Road (Ojota, Anthony, Onipanu, Fadeyi) and Jibowu to access Herbert Macaulay Way to continue their journeys.

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Motorists from Gbagada can go through Anthony Interchange to link Ikorodu Road inwards Jibowu to access Herbert Macaulay Way and link their desired destinations.

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Motorists from Apapa-Oshodi Expressway wishing to link Ebute-Meta are advised to link Oshodi Bridge to Town Planning Way to Ikorodu Road and then link their various destinations
We wish to state that adequate traffic and security personnel will be deployed to the construction zones and the various alternative routes/critical points: Motorists are therefore enjoined to cooperate with them, exercise patience and observe safety measures during the palliative works.

It should be noted that the entire stretch of Third Mainland Bridge inward and outward will be open for travel during this period as only the Adekunle ramp will be affected. The release stated.