Oshodi International Airport link bridge reopens after months of closure
By Guardian Exclusive
30 November 2021 | 1:37 pm
After 11 months it was closed to traffic, the Toyota-Murtala Mohammed Airport Road link bridge has opened to traffic. Repair works commenced on the damaged bridge after six months of closure and it was meant to open to traffic by the end of September but the government further delayed reopening to carry out additional work.
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