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LASG to close down Mile 2 to Tin Can Island Port for 3days

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Written by Maritime First

Lagos State Government has announced plans to close down Mile 2 – Tincan Island to traffic for 72 hours effective from Monday, December 9, 2019.

Commissioner for Transportation, Dr Fredric Oladeinde said the planned closure is to allow the State Government carry out palliative works on the bad portion on that axis without any hindrance.

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In its effect, the Commissioner directed that effective from Midnight of Sunday, December 8, 2019, all vehicles and trucks carrying exports and empty containers for TinCan Port Operations are to stay out of that corridor for the next 3 days that the palliative measures would take.

 

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