Lagos State Governor Akimwunmi Ambode has appealed for patience and understanding of residents as they experience inconveniences in the construction of roads across the state.
Ambode, who spoke while inspecting the progress of work on Oshodi-Abule Egba Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor and construction of roads in Ojokoro, at the weekend, said all hands are on deck to deliver the projects on schedule.
Represented by Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Adebowale Akinsanya, the governor said the multiple infrastructure projects across the state were for the betterment of the people, and urged them to bear with his administration.
He said aside the fact that various measures had been put in place to mitigate impact of the construction on residents, more impactful projects would be delivered to make life comfortable for residents and visitors.
The more than 20-kilometre road network includes Aremu Street, Alhaji Luqman, Amusa Agbaje Street, Abu Balogun Street, Philip Majekodunmi Street, Unity Road, Osho/Udeh Brown Road, Oshota/Aina Streets and Home Science Road.
While inspecting the 13.5 kilometres Oshodi-Abule Egba BRT corridor on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway, designed with 14 bus stations and 14 pedestrian bridges, the governor said though the construction is being delayed, due to dense population in the axis, the project would be delivered by December 2018.

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