FG working on Supersonic Highways that I’ll ensure Driving From Lagos to Abuja Takes Four Hours after completion – Works Minister

Nigeria’s Minister of Works, Dave Umahi, has disclosed that travel time from Lagos State to Abuja would soon be reduced to four hours with the proposed Lagos 4th Mainland Bridge Supersonic Highways.

The Minister stated this during his visit to Ogun and Oyo States as part of his highway inspection tour, according to a statement by the Director Press and Public Relations unit of the Ministry of Works, Blessing Lere-Adams on Friday.

Umahi said, “Let me announce to you that the proposed Lagos 4th Mainland Bridge Supersonic Highway will take four hours to drive from Lagos to Abuja.


“We had a presentation on it yesterday with the consultant, and it’s going to be on Public Private Partnership (PPP). Driving from Lagos to Abuja will take four hours; we are concluding on it within one or two months, and work will start.

He noted further that work would begin on the construction of the highway in the next two months, pointing out that the project would interconnect states to the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

“We have a programme called Highway Development Management Initiative (HDMI), and it allows states and other private investors to engage with the Federal Government either to take over a fully constructed road to toll and maintain it in partnership with the Federal Government or take a brand new road and reconstruct it and toll it under laid down agreement.”

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