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Ahead Of Saturday’s Access Bank Lagos City Marathon, Here Are Road Closures, Alternative Routes

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Ahead of Saturday’s (tomorrow’s) Access Bank Lagos City Marathons, here are roads that will be closed and alternative routes for motorists.

The Lagos State Government has issued a traffic advisory ahead of the yearly Access Bank Lagos City Marathon, which comes up on Saturday (tomorrow) 10th February 2024 between 5.00 am and 2.00 pm.

In a statement, the LASG said that the Third Mainland Bridge will not be available to motorists from 12.00 tonight till the end of the marathon.

Here are alternative routes that will be available to motorists during the marathon.





Scene 1:

Apongbon bridge inwards Eko bridge through Costain Roundabout, Iponri and Bode Thomas for a desired destination

Eko Bridge through Costain Roundabout and Apapa Road to link Oyingbo/Jebba to access Herbert Macaulay for a desired destination.

Scene 2:

Motorists can equally go through Victoria Island to link Independence Bridge and CMS Bridge to access Apongbon inwards Ijora-Olopa to Iddo and Oyingbo to connect Herbert Macaulay Road to continue their journeys.

Below are routes that will be temporarily unavailable to motorists during the marathon.

• Funsho Williams Avenue from Stadium, Surulere





• Ikorodu Road to Anthony

• Gbagada to Third Mainland Bridge

• Third Mainland Bridge (Inbound and Outbound)

• Dolphin Road to Alfred Rewane Road

• Falomo Roundabout to Bourdillon Road

• Lekki Bridge to Freedom Way

• Akin-Adesola to Ahmadu BelloWay.





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