In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 20th, July, 2020

Why We Did Not Repair The Third Mainland Bridge Throughout The COVID-19 Lockdown- Lagos Commissioner Of Transport

Why We Did Not Fix The Third Mainland Bridge During The COVID-19 Lockdown- Lagos Commissioner Of Transport


Third Mainland Bridge

Forward of the deliberate partial closure of the third mainland bridge starting from this Friday, July 24, the Lagos state Commissioner for Transportation, Frederic Oladeinde has defined why the upkeep works for the bridge weren’t carried out through the lockdown as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.

In an interview with TVC this morning July 20, Oladeinde stated;

”Once we had COVID, no person understood it and likewise do not forget that the individuals we have been sending to repair the highway are additionally human beings so we wanted to grasp the evolution of COVID and the way we’d then construction the rules round it.

So it was necessary to maintain all people away as a result of our primary precedence is to verify all people is secure and that we don’t lose anyone.

And secondly, the lockdown interval was solely a month and this upkeep is about six months so irrespective we’d have nonetheless gone go the lockdown and the individuals would have nonetheless been affected”

Oladeinde stated efforts are presently being made to make various routes motorable.

The 11km bridge which hyperlinks the mainland and the Island, might be partially closed for repairs starting from July 24 until someday in January.

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