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See Why third Mainland Bridge Will Be Shut Down For Six Months

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Federal Authorities has disclosed that the third Mainland Bridge shall be shut down quickly and it’ll final for about six months on account of new improvement work that shall be carried out within the expressway.

 

 

Federal Controller of Works in Lagos, Olukayode Popoola makes it identified on Monday the sixth of July that the Third Mainland Bridge will shut down for six months ranging from Friday, July 24, 2020.

“We need to do upkeep work on Third Mainland Bridge very quickly.We might shut it from 24th of July.We’re nonetheless understanding the modalities and once we excellent the visitors administration plan we’ll transfer to website. All the pieces being anticipated for the repairs of the bridge arrived the nation, that’s the reason we need to begin the repairs now,” he mentioned.

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Based on Popoola, the restore works would begin on the outward mainland part of the bridge.

This improvement will power motorists in Lagos who ply the ever-busy bridge to drive by way of various routes.

The bridge has gone by way of a collection of restore works and was final shut in August 2018 for a three-day upkeep verify.

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There have been studies of some worn-out enlargement joints on the construction, elevating considerations over the state of the bridge.

Thereafter, some parts wanted for completion of repairs had been sourced overseas as a result of they weren’t obtainable regionally.

The 11.8km Third Mainland Bridge is the longest of three bridges connecting Lagos Island to the mainland.

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he bridge begins from Oworonshoki which is linked to the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway and the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway and ends on the Adeniji Adele Interchange on Lagos Island.

It was constructed in 1990 and was the longest in Africa till 1996 when The sixth October Bridge in Cairo was accomplished.

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