Lagos Installs Road Signs, Cautions Okada Riders 4 years ago 95

The Lagos State government has commenced the installation of 15,000 road signs as part of measures to ensure the successful implementation of the state traffic law.

The Commissioner for Transportation, Mr. Kayode Opeifa, explained yesterday that the road signs were in addition to the existing 10,000 traffic signs currently “adorning major roads and highways in the state.”  He explained that installation of the roads signs would enable road users to be more conversant with the signs and their significance.

According to Opeifa, the signs would also assist road users to know the various restricted routes for motorcycles and tricycles, designated bus stops, no parking, no trading, no waiting, no u-turn and no entry zones to mention just a few.

The commissioner also advised Lagosians and visitors in the state to be conscious of traffic signs whenever they drive “as these would further guide them on how to drive safely and make proper use of the roads.” Home Page

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