Lagos State Government To Deploy 65 More Buses To Ease Commuters’ Pain

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The Lagos State Government has introduced fleet of 65 buses might be deployed to hitch the others on some main routes as from in the present day, Monday, February three, 2020.

It directed the administration of the Lagos Bus Services Limited (LBSL) on Sunday to deploy the buses with the intention to ease commuters’ ache after the current ban on motorbike and tricycles.

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Also, at least 550 extra buses are anticipated apart from the 14 ferries which might be commissioned on Tuesday. This will additional open up the waterways, and scale back journey time on varied routes. It will even present protected, reliable and comfy alternate options for commuters.

In the assertion, the federal government says that it’s not unaware that implementing this directive might result in some job losses. The Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, plans to announce some measures to deal with the possible results of the ban.

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Lagos Bus Services Limited

The MD/CEO of LBSL, Mr Idowu Oguntona acknowledged, “extending the providers of the corporate to those places will assist scale back the vacuum created by the restriction order of Lagos State Government on Okada and Keke operators in some areas.

This step is a part of the methods of offering succor and ameliorating the hardship that the commuting public may be going through on account of the restriction order on the operators of bikes and tricycles in some elements of the State.”

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He additionally acknowledged among the fares that might be charged; Ikeja – Ogba (N100); Berger – Ogba (N100); Ikeja – CMS (N200); Oshodi – Ajah (N500); Obalende – Ajah (N250); CMS – Ajah (N200) and Inner Marina – Ajah (N250). Arrangements are additionally excellent for the graceful operations of those buses within the seven new routes.

The firm was integrated in 2016 as a Transport Acquisition, Operations, and Advisory Services Company. The initiative is to supply a much-needed compass and information to the operation of Bus Services in Lagos. As Lagos proceed to evolve, LBSL will proceed to make sure correct coordination and progress of the Transport Industry in Lagos.

Recall that Entrepreneurs.ng described the effect of the ban and the way forward on the law. So, on January 27, the Government introduced the ban on Okada and Keke Napep on some LGAs. Some of the LGAs are; Ikeja, Apapa, Lagos Island/Mainland and others.

Since 1st February, 2020, it has been difficult commuting in these areas. From what we gathered, many individuals resumed late to work this morning due to lack of a way of transportation. The out there shuttle buses (plying the Napep route) doubled their costs.

This is all going to have a ripple impact, as even the native market girl will improve the value of greens to shoulder the influence of the value improve. Yes, the ban could also be for safety functions, however the query on everybody’s lip is; shouldn’t there have been a thought by means of various earlier than the ban?

This impacts everybody; the common worker will spend double on transportation and in addition run the chance of arriving late to work, companies straight and not directly will spend extra, and can discover a method to move on the extra value on the ultimate shopper.

The authorities ought to act quick.

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