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LAGBUS to provide free ride for Lagos residents on New Years Day

31 December 2014, 15:46

Lagos - The LAGBUS Asset Management Ltd, operators of LAGBUS metropolitan buses in Lagos on Wednesday said it would offer free bus ride across all routes for residents on the New Year Day.

This is contained in a statement by Mrs Oluyemi Junaid, the Public Relations Officer of the company.

The statement said that the gesture was aimed at easing movement on New Year day for the residents.

"LAGBUS, operators of the “BIG RED BUSES” shall provide Lagosians with free bus services on New Year Day.

"A move aimed at promoting use of public transportation as well as reducing congestion on the roads during festive periods.

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"LAGBUS will provide free bus services across all its routes,’’ it said.

The statement quotes the Managing Director of the company, Mr Babatunde Disu, as saying that operations for the free bus ride starts from 7 a.m. and ends at 10 p.m. on all existing routes.

It added that the free bus service would ensure that fewer vehicles were on the roads to prevent avoidable accidents which usually occured during the festive periods.

The statement, quoting the managing director, said: "The is also to use the medium to wish Lagosians a prosperous 2015''.

It pleaded with motorists not to drink and drive. 



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