The federal authorities on Saturday ordered house owners of trailers at Ogere part of the Lagos-Ibadan expressway to take away the articulated automobiles.
Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, stated ongoing building works would begin within the space shortly.
He gave the directive throughout a city corridor assembly with stakeholders at Ogere in Ogun State after inspecting the street from Lagos.
In attendance have been conventional rulers, representatives of the main tribes, civil society, state authorities officers, contractors and site visitors regulatory businesses.
“My enchantment to you (articulated automobiles) is so that you can go away the street at this time instantly,” NAN quoted him as saying.
The minister instructed the duty power on site visitors legal guidelines newly constituted by Ogun State Authorities to implement the directive.
He burdened that parking on the freeway was a violation of the legal guidelines.
Fashola insisted that operators have been supposed to supply parking areas for his or her fleet, including that authorities’s building of truck parks was to assist them.
He condemned truck drivers for pouring diesel and petrol on the freeway, inflicting street degeneration.
Julius Berger and RCC, contractors dealing with sections one and two of the Lagos-Ibadan expressway mission, made displays.
The companies additionally gave statistics many Nigerians would discover fascinating.
They stated 400,000 automobiles plied the street each day; 3,000 per hour.
The expressway is thought to be the busiest within the nation.