Third mainland bridge to be shutdown for 24hours

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The Third Mainland Bridge will be completely closed for 24hours, as announced by the Federal Ministry of Works.

The shutdown would start at noon on Wednesday, February 28, and last until noon on Thursday, February 29, 2024, according to a statement signed on Monday by Olukorede Kesha, the Federal Controller of Works for Lagos State.

According to the statement, “The Federal Ministry of Works wishes to inform the motoring public that in continuation of the ongoing rehabilitation works on the Third Mainland Bridge, both bounds of the carriageways of the bridge would be closed to traffic from 12-noon on Wednesday, 28th to 12-noon on Thursday, 29th February 2024; to allow the contractor execute a major aspect of the ongoing repair works on the bridge.

“Consequently, the bridge would not be opened to traffic during this critical 24-hour period. Thus, all road users are advised to use alternative routes during this period.”

It has been recommended that drivers work with the traffic management officers stationed to control traffic and guarantee smooth travel in order to reduce inconvenience throughout the course of the day.

All inconveniences were regretted, Keisha said, thanking the people for their ongoing cooperation and patience.

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Alex Obichie
Alex Obichie
Alex Obichie is an Ardent Sustainability Enthusiast, advocate for the Waste-2-Wealth Initiative, and Ingenious Politician, he uses articles to promote and sensitize the public about matters surrounding the environment, political systems and ways to benefit & support sustsinable global development.

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