Lagos Govt Completes Repair Work On Eko Bridge

Eko Bridge
  • Lagos State Government has announced the completion of palliative intervention on Eko Bridge.
  • The palliative entailed the cutting and removal of asphalt, as well as the placement of a steel plate on the affected parts of Eko Bridge.

As part of efforts to support the Federal Government on the replacement of eight expansion joints on Eko Bridge, the Lagos State Government has announced the completion of palliative intervention on the bridge.

The latest development was made known by the Lagos State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Gbenga Omotoso.

Omotoso stated that the palliative entailed the cutting and removal of asphalt, as well as the placement of a steel plate on the affected parts of the bridge, pending the arrival of the reinforced rubber expansion joints to be installed as a permanent remedy.

“The palliative was initiated by the State Government to ensure the safety of motorists and reduce traffic congestion. The intervention is the direct responsibility of the Federal Ministry of Works but Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu instructed the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure to take up the job immediately.

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“The average resident does not want to know whose responsibility it is to effect the repairs. What is important is to get the work done and remove the gridlock.

“A permanent solution, which will be put in place soon, will eliminate the gridlock from the Alaka end of the road. The required reinforced rubber expansion joints, which have been ordered from the manufacturers, will be installed immediately they arrive in the country,” he said.

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