New number plates, uniforms for drivers and conductors will be introduced in Lagos

EagleHeadline | Jun. 22, 2017

The Lagos State Government has made known its intentions to introduce new number plate for commercial vehicles in the state.

The state government also hopes to adopt uniforms for commercial drivers and bus conductors.

The Commissioner for Transportation, Prince Olanrewaju Elegushi, stated this during the 2017 Ministerial briefing to mark Governor Akinwunmi Ambode’s two years in office.

Elegushi said it would ensure clear identification of vehicles registered for commercial purposes.

“The state agencies like Motor Vehicle Administration Agency, Number Plate Production Agency and ministry of transportation will fine-tune the operations and issuance,” the Commissioner said.

Elegushi also explained that the development would bring a robust database for vehicles involved in commercial transportation to ensure safety of passengers.

He added that about 5,000 commercial buses would be injected into the transport sector, while drivers and conductors will be given uniforms.

“There will be introduction of uniforms for drivers and conductors to signpost a commencement of decency, discipline and quality service to the people of Lagos State,” Elegushi said.

Hot Comments
2017-05-23 18:29:07 Senegal
It's good,I like that
2017-05-23 06:21:32 Ireland
Another money making avenue..Trying to give Pigs a new look.commercial buses in Lagos state are innumerable.causing heavy traffic n breaking rules at will,hoping this process addresses that.
2017-05-22 06:21:00 Pakistan
That's very interesting and it will give Lagos a new look
2018-08-28 09:21:24 Nigeria
Nigeria and money
2017-05-23 16:33:51 Egypt
It's good, but the idea of injecting 5000 buses is not the next thing.
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