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5 Aug
The Lagos State Government has announced the diversion of traffic on Apapa-Oshodi Expressway for repair work on the Airport Flyover Bridge by the Federal Ministry of Works from August 9 to October 3, 2021. A statement signed by the Commissioner for Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde, explained that the Oshodi-bound lane would be barred from vehicular movement from midnight on 9th August 2021 and reopened partially on the midnight of 14th August 2021 for the first phase of repairs.⁣
1 Jun
Ministers of Transportation, Information inspect the Lagos-Ibadan rail project
28 Apr 2020
As of this morning, Germans must wear masks on public transportation to protect the onmselves and other passengers from COVID-19.
5 Mar 2020
Luxembourg has abolished fares for all standard-class journeys on trains, trams and buses in what the government of the tiny European nation said was a bid to tackle road congestion and pollution, as well as supporting low earners.⁣
4 Feb 2020
Lagos state government through the state bus service has added sixty-five new buses to its fleet to cover new routes to alleviate transportation challenges.
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.
21 Nov 2018
Janet Lewis, Asia industrials and transportation research head at Macquarie Group, discusses the arrest of Carlos Ghosn and what it means for Nissan and for markets.
12 Jan 2018
Protesters throng the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil to voice their concern over a hike to the cost of a ticket on the city's public transportation.
3 Nov 2016
City in Motion is a series on transportation in Lagos, Nigeria. In this second episode, Andre Blaze walks us through the various modes of transportation between Keke Napep, Uber and a Ferry.
15 Aug 2016
Your Life, Your Money is a personal finance series for African youth produced by Guardian TV. The first series will educate audiences on methods and practices essential for living a richer financial life.

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