Lagos Govt To Begin Work On Fourth Mainland Bridge December



The Lagos State Government has said construction works on the Fourth Mainland Bridge will begin before the end of the year.

Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Adebowale Akinsanya, in an address noted that the state government is embarking on projects which would impact positively on the masses, as well as improve accessibility to goods and services.

“Towards improving on the achievements recorded so far, the state government is putting plans together to implement 10 major projects in 2018, including construction of Fourth Mainland Bridge, Opebi-Ikorodu Road/Third Mainland axis link bridge.

“It will, also, include dualisation of Lekki-Epe Expressway, from Eleko Junction to T-Junction in Epe, upgrading of Adeniji Adele Road, Agboyi Ketu Road, Ishefun-Camp Davis Road, Oke-Ira-Nla-Saliu Obodo/Mojeed Road, Glover Memorial Hall and expansion of Lagos-Badagry Expressway (Okokomaiko-Seme Boarder segment),” he said.

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