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Redline project: Lagos shuts two roads in Mushin for 6 weeks

Redline project: Lagos shuts two roads in Mushin for 6 weeks

Redline project: Lagos shuts two roads in Mushin for 6 weeks

The Lagos State Government has finalized arrangements to close and redirect traffic for a duration of six weeks on Kayode and Ogunmokun Streets in the Mushin locality of the state.

This forms a component of the ongoing construction for the Mushin Flyover Bridge for the Lagos Mass Rail Transit Project, Red Line.

This was stated on Friday by the Commissioner for Transportation, Oluwaseun Osiyemi.

The diversion, Osiyemi, explained will commence from Friday, January 19 till February 29, 2024.

Traffic advisory

The diversion, it was gathered will affect the following areas and alternative routes provided; Motorists on Kayode street moving towards Mushin will be diverted to Ikorodu road towards Jibowu onward Moshalashi (Empire) to connect Agege motor road for their desired destinations.

Alternatively, motorists from Majolate Street (Kayode junction) can connect Matanmi Street onward Giwa Street enroute Ayonuga Street for their desired destinations.

Motorists on Olateju Street will be diverted to Coker street to link Agege motor road to continue their journeys.

Motorists on Ijaye, Ogunsanya and Awoyejo Streets are to connect Adedoja street to link Alhaji Lasisi for their desired destinations.

Osiyemi urged motorists to note that: The following streets will be cordoned off from entering Kayode Street; “Ago-Owu, Adeniyi Streets and Lawanson Crescent.”

The commissioner has assured motorists that the Lagos State Traffic Management Personnel would be on ground to help them navigate their ways through the construction zones throughout construction.

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