According to reports, the Managing Director of LAGBUS Asset Management has assured commuters in the state that the ban on the Ikorodu BRT won’t affect the operation of the high capacity buses in the state metropolis.
Speaking about the crisis that almost paralysed the state on Monday, the MD of LAGBUS, Mr. Idowu Oguntona, said the ban won’t hinder the operation of the buses, adding that everything would be done to ensure that, staff are not laid off or negatively affected.
Hundreds of commuters in Lagos were on Monday stranded at various bus stops in due to strike embarked on by operators of Lagbus Asset Management Ltd. (LAGBUS).
LAGBUS manages the Lagos State owned branded red luxury commercial buses on some routes in Lagos.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that some commuters, who were caught unawares by the strike, said they would return home as they could not afford the sudden hike in transport fares by other commercial buses.
Mr Amusa Johnson, […]
According to reports, the Lagos State Government has banned LAGBUS (red buses) from plying the Ikorodu Road corridor with effect from Monday.
The government said the move was on consonant with its plan to introduce Intelligent Traffic System along the BRT corridor, and that all other franchises, apart from the BRT (blue buses) had to relocate from the corridor.
Acting Commissioner for Transportation, Prince Anofiu Elegushi at a press conference on Friday said with effect from Monday, 7th November, 2016, all LAGBUS […]