Ogun state embarks on revolutionary mass transit project slong Lagos-Ibadan expressway

Revealing this visionary project, Commissioner for Transportation, Dairo Olugbenga, shared insights during a radio program in the Ogun State capital, Abeokuta, on Thursday

Ogun State, Nigeria: The Ogun State government has announced its imminent initiation of the Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Mass Transit scheme along the bustling Lagos-Ibadan Expressway axis.

The key component of this ambitious venture is the construction of strategically located bus stations within the Mowe, Ibafo, Arepo, and Berger axes, transforming these areas into hubs for the state-of-the-art transportation initiative.

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Revealing this visionary project, Commissioner for Transportation, Dairo Olugbenga, shared insights during a radio program in the Ogun State capital, Abeokuta, on Thursday.

He emphasized that the groundwork for this transformative endeavor is complete, with the necessary implementation frameworks firmly in place.

Olugbenga urged citizens to throw their weight behind the government, fostering a collaborative effort for the successful realization of these construction activities.

The selected locations—Mowe, Ibafo, Arepo, and Berger—are strategic choices along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, known for their high traffic volume and economic activities.

These areas will serve as pivotal points for the CNG Mass Transit scheme, providing efficient connectivity for commuters and contributing to the overall ease of transportation in the state.

The decision to opt for Compressed Natural Gas as the primary fuel for the mass transit system aligns with global efforts to reduce carbon emissions and promote environmentally sustainable practices.

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CNG is recognized for its lower environmental impact compared to traditional fuels, making it a fitting choice for a state that is not only prioritizing modern transportation but also embracing eco-conscious solutions.

The imminent commencement of construction in these key locations marks the tangible realization of the government’s commitment to providing cutting-edge infrastructure that meets the evolving needs of the populace.

The establishment of these bus stations will not only enhance transportation efficiency but also catalyze economic activities in the chosen areas.

As citizens eagerly anticipate the positive changes this project will bring, Commissioner Olugbenga called for unity and support from the people.

He underscored the importance of community involvement in ensuring the seamless execution of the construction activities. This collaborative approach, he emphasized, is essential for the success of the CNG Mass Transit scheme and its potential to revolutionize the state’s transportation landscape.

In conclusion, Ogun State’s foray into the Compressed Natural Gas Mass Transit scheme represents a significant stride towards sustainable, modernized transportation infrastructure.

With construction set to commence promptly, the state is poised to witness a transformative shift in its public transportation system, setting a precedent for other regions to follow suit in embracing eco-friendly transit alternatives.

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