Traffic Management 'Stop causing holdups', Officer tells commercial drivers

Commercial drivers have been warned to stop obstructing traffic by picking and dropping off passengers on the road.

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'Stop causing holdups', Officer tells commercial drivers

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The Divisional Commander of the Ota division of Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE), Adekunle Ajibade, has issued a warning to commercial drivers.

According to The Nation, the TRACE commander has advised drivers to stop causing holdups, especially at the Tollgate/Sango, Ogun State axis of the Lagos/Abeokuta Expressway, by picking and dropping off passengers.

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'Stop causing holdups', Officer tells commercial drivers

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Ajibade had a similar advice for traders and hawkers, whom he begged to ensure the free flow of traffic by staying off the roads.

“Obey traffic rules for your safety,” he added.

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While addressing reporters in his office, the divisional commander announced that drivers, that are caught disobeying traffic laws will be prosecuted.

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He also said that the Corps would reduce the possibilities of accidents by increasing its partnership with the police, military and other paramilitary groups.

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