The engineer supervising the challenge from the ministry, Kayode Ibrahim, made this recognized to the Information Company of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday, September 18, in Lagos. The section one of the challenge was being dealt with by Julius Berger, which spans from Ojota in Lagos to Sagamu Interchange.
Whereas section two begins from the Sagamu Interchange to Ibadan and was being dealt with by Reynolds Development Firm Ltd (RCC).
Ibrahim, who spoke to NAN whereas inspecting the positioning, mentioned that a number of kilometres of drainage channels, street works and earthworks had been accomplished.
He added that varied works had been occurring concurrently on the second section. Ibrahim mentioned that Macadam, which was the ultimate layer was being laid on some parts. “We’ve got achieved 57 per cent completion of all works.
We’re doing earth works, laying stone base and laying the Macadam on this portion. From Automobile Park C round Redeemed Church we’re making ready to start out the sort of work,’’ he mentioned.
Talking on the site visitors state of affairs, Ibrahim mentioned that stakeholders had been consistently adopting new methods to avert gridlock. He added the ministry site visitors administration would proceed to work out methods to take care of good circulate on the freeway.
NAN studies that varied building actions had been occurring between Ascon filling station and Christ Embassy with rollers, pavers and different machines laying building supplies on the Ibadan certain carriageway.
Nevertheless, craters have developed on the street shoulders on each the Lagos and Ibadan certain carriageways between Asese and Ibafo as autos drive by way of the walkways to flee congestion because of site visitors diversions across the building zones.
The Federal Highway Security Fee’s (FRSC) autos and officers had been seen round Residing Religion Church, Ibafo, the place warning indicators and different diversion indicators had been positioned on the building zone.