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4 Feb 2020
The federal government has reopened the Maiduguri-Damboa road to traffic after it was closed due to incessant Boko Haram attacks on the highway.
14 Jul 2019
Manila's 'trolley boys' dodge traffic and death every day.
11 Jul 2019
Traffic and gridlock in Lagos state have continued to be a huge challenge especially during the raining season and festive period. GuardianTV speaks to Lagosians about the new Lagos Road and Traffic law and how this has affected transportation in Lagos.
11 Oct 2018
Netflix is now the main attraction on the internet, accounting for 58% of all downstream content consumed online. According to a new Global Internet Phenomena Report, Netflix now records 15% of all internet traffic.
6 Sep 2018
Traffic chaos has left truck drivers waiting up to a month to access Nigeria’s largest port in Lagos. Poor roads, lack of other ports, a recent strike and mismanagement appear to be the main explanations for the congestion.
26 Jul 2018
Traffic in Lagos in the past week defied all predictions and permutations as there was no getting away from it. For Lagosians, it was a week of stress and strife. Major roads, sides streets and apian ways were all locked down by traffic.
23 Dec 2017
Local airports experience high passenger traffic.
23 Dec 2017
Traffic situation in Lagos gets tough.

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