LASTMA has debunked the fake report circulating on social media alleging that its officials have been banned from arresting traffic defaulters.
The current alarming rate of robbery and kidnapping incidents occurring on Abuja-Lokoja road has led to an outcry by Nigerian Lawmakers.
A new report from the Federal Road Safety Corps says that the implementation of 3 plate numbers for trailers and trucks will soon begin.
The Nigerian Senate has now given a new order to the Police, FRSC and VIO to clamp down on reckless truck drivers and tanker drivers from now.
Lagos State Environmental task force debunks online reports that Governor Sanwo-Olu directed the agency to return seized vehicles to their owners.
The Administration of the Federal Capital Territory has now placed a new ban on early morning inspection of vehicles by DRTS officers.
Abuja VIO office has announced that it aims to generate a huge ₦5 billion internal revenue off plate number sales and traffic offender fines.
Oyo Road transport management issues out a stern warning to people that usually block public roads without any proper authorization in the state.
A major road in Abuja has now been named after late Doctor Stella Ameyo Adadevoh who died in a fight against the spread of Ebola Virus in Nigeria.
Good news for Ondo citizens as the first Fly-Over bridge in the state has now been completed and ready for commissioning. See pictures of the bridge!
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