Ban on Okada, Keke: Lagos Says It Will Not Reverse Policy
Despite violent protests and scathing criticisms  that have dogged the policy, the   Lagos State Government has pledged not to reverse  its decision on  the ongoing enforcement of restriction of operations of commercial motorcycles and tricycles in six Local Government Areas(LGAs)  and nine Local Council  Development Areas LCDAs)   across the... Read more
Ogun May Restrict Okada Riders Operations if they Indulge In Crime- Govt
The Ogun State Government has said that it may also embark on a policy that will restrict the operations of Okada riders, if the migration of motorcycle riders to the State from Lagos,  due to the  ban  on them to function in certain parts of the metropolis, leads to... Read more
FRSC Records 70 Deaths from 102 Road Accidents
70 deaths were recorded from road accidents by The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Zone RS2 Command, comprising Ogun and Lagos States, during its `Operation Zero Tolerance’, which started  lasted last December and ended on January 19, 2000. It was gathered that Lagos Command recorded 22 deaths from 80... Read more
Hyundai, Kia Invest €100m in Electric Vehicles
Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors Corporation have announced an investment of €100 million (£85m) in a United Kingdom-based start-up that manufactures electric vans.   They have signed a contract for investment in Arrival – with Hyundai investing €80 million and Kia contributing €20 million – and for the... Read more
Gridlock Resumes on Berger- Kara Axis of Lagos – Ibadan Expressway
  Traffic congestion has begun again on the Berger – Kara axis  of the  Lagos-Ibadan expressway as repair works resumed  on that section of the Highway.   The road which was re-opened on December 1, 2019, was partially closed in September when the reconstruction work commenced and traffic was... Read more
FRSC to Prosecute Siren, Convoy Abusers, Impound Vehicles
…As it Warns against Wrong Use of Google Maps while Driving   The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has pledged to collaborate with the Nigerian Police Force (NPF)  to prosecute abusers of sirens and convoys across the nation, as well as impound the vehicles used to commit the offence.... Read more
FRSC Begins Inspection of Driver’s License In Lagos, from Nov  4
 “Operation Show Your Driver’s Licence” is  to be kicked off  from Nov. 4, 2019 by  the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Lagos State Sector Command , as part of efforts to enforce collection of abandoned licences in its offices. In a statement on Thursday in Lagos,  Olabisi Sanusi, the... Read more
Controversial National Roads Fund Bill Back in House of Reps
 The controversial National Road Funds bill has been re-introduced into the   ongoing 9th Assembly, by the House of Representatives The bill, which did not make it through in the 8th Assembly, was part of 26 bills which went through first reading yesterday at the House. The bill sponsored by... Read more
Car Dealers Solicit FG’s Intervention against Customs Raids
     Car Dealers Solicits FG’s Intervention against Customs Raids Sequel to the recent car marts raids by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), the Association of Motor Dealers of Nigeria (AMDON) has asked the Federal Government to halt sealing of car marts nationwide immediately.   National President, AMDON, Prince... Read more
Toyota to Increase Stakes in Subaru to 20 Per cent
    Toyota Motor Corporation said it will raise its stake in Subaru Corp to 20 per cent from 16.8 per cent to boost the companies’ joint development of advanced technology for autonomous and electric vehicles.   The increased stake will make Toyota’s 14-year-old partner into its equity-method affiliate,... Read more