has suggested that the relocation of trucks to their parks, garages or the
trade fair complex would solve the perennial problem of gridlock.
Ogungbemi, made the suggestion in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria
(NAN) in Lagos.
blocking the roads and leaving other motorists to suffer long hours in traffic
movement of trucks in ports operation.
roads should relocate to their parks or garage.
complex, which is available as park for them,” Ogungbemi said.
ongoing, the system could be perfected with the commencement of an electronic call-up
system for the trucks.
among the Lagos State Government, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and the
Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC).
stakeholders; the state government, the NPA and the shippers’ council which is
the economic regulator.
truck park that can hold these trucks while they wait for their turns to get
into the ports.
concerned if it works out well,” Ogungbemi said.
port access areas, resurfaced when the trucks returned to work after a 10-day
within the port city, however, helped to ensure that the trucks left a lane
free for other motorists.
maintain a level of sanity within the Apapa area, but caused a long stretch of
gridlock along the Ikorodu expressway between Monday and Wednesday.