JUST IN: President Tinubu Commissions Lagos Red Line Rail Project

JUST IN: President Tinubu Commissions Lagos Red Line Rail Project

On Thursday, February 29, President Bola Tinubu commissioned the Red Line Rail Mass Transit project in Lagos State.

The President was previously met by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, his wife, Ibijoke, the Deputy Governor, Obafemi Hazmat, state commissioners and aides, during the commissioning of the red line rail project.

Tinubu was greeted by Governors Usman Ododo (Kogi), Abiodun Oyebanji (Ekiti), Dapo Abiodun (Ogun), former Lagos Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, and other dignitaries.

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The Red Rail Line is a 37-kilometer rail line with 13 stops that connects significant bus terminals in Oyingbo, Yaba, Oshodi, Ikeja, Ebute Metta, Iju, and Iddo with the international and domestic wings of Murtala Muhammed Airport.

JUST IN: President Tinubu Commissions Lagos Red Line Rail Project

When fully operating, the train can transport up to 1.1 million people each day.

In a post via his official X handle on Thursday morning, Sanwo-Olu said the commissioning of the project is not just about improving the city’s mobility, but about reshaping the urban landscape and setting a new pace for development.

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The governor stated that by connecting critical points across Lagos, his administration is opening doors to opportunities, growth, and a sustainable future.

He wrote: “Embarking on the Lagos Mass Rail Transit (LMRT) project is more than just enhancing transit; it’s about weaving the fabric of our city into a tighter, more connected community. Every track laid, every station built, brings us closer to a Lagos where distance no longer dictates destiny.

“The LMRT project is a beacon of progress, illuminating the path to a future where our city moves smoother, faster, and more efficiently. It’s not just about the journey from point A to B, but about how each journey brings us together, making Lagos not just a place to live, but a place to thrive.”

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