The Lagos government has announced the diversion of traffic, which will allow truck barriers to be installed along Funsho Williams Avenue.
In a statement released on Thursday, the government asked motorists to use alternative routes during the installation.
Traffic will be diverted along the route for three nights between 10pm to 6am, effective from today.
“Motorists from Eko Bridge/Costain/Iponri inbound Ojuelegba/Alhaji Masha Road will be diverted to the service lane from Alaka via National Stadium gate to link Barracks or Alhaji Masha Road to continue their journeys,” the statement reads.
“Motorists from Eko Bridge via Costain and those from Apapa Road going through Iponri will make use of Iponri Estate road to link Bode Thomas via Adeniran Ogunsanya to Shitta Roundabout for their desired destinations.”
The government added that the installation is in line with the prohibition of trucks and articulated vehicles on some bridges within the state.
Recently, Lagos has witnessed a spate of accidents involving heavy-duty vehicles at bridges.
In January, nine bus passengers were killed when a container-laden truck fell off the Ojuelegba bridge.
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