LAMATA kicks off revamp of 13 terminals, 89 bus stops along three bus corridors and construction of 5 new terminals.
Entire project seeks to revamp three bus corridors and introduce walkways, laybys, construct new depots and terminals.
Project will accommodate the provision of drivers’ lounge, wash bay, security houses, and Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS).
As part of efforts to improve on the state’s transportation systems, Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) has kicked off groundwork to revamp 89 bus stops along three bus corridors and as well as the construction of five new terminals along the bus routes.
In a statement, LAMATA said contractors who submitted bids for the construction of the quality bus corridors have been familiarized with the project corridors and alignments.
According to LAMATA, the project will accommodate the provision of drivers’ lounge, wash bay, security houses, and Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS).
“During the two-day site visits, the team visited quality bus corridor (QBC) package 1, 2, 3 project with the contractors.”
“The visits were carried out in line with Agence Française de Développement (AFD), Standard Procurement Document (SPD) and Lagos State public procurement agency (PPA) guidelines of procurement.”
“The entire project seeks to revamp three bus corridors, remodel and introduce walkways, laybys, construct new depots and terminals along the bus routes.”
“A total of 89 bus stops along the entire stretch which spans about 33,307 meters will be worked on, five new terminals will be built, and 13 existing terminals will be revamped.”
“The project will support the bus network in the highlighted corridors below : (QBC) Package 1- Yaba, Lawanson to Cele and Ketu, Alapere to Akanimodo. (QBC) Package 2 , Iju-ishaga, Abule Egba to Agege, and (QBC) Package 3 Iyana Iba – Igando.”