Lagos plans to boost daily trips on the Electrified Blue Line to 76


The Lagos State Government aims to boost the daily trips on the electrified Blue Line rail from 54 to 76 by year-end, as disclosed by Abimbola Akinajo, the Managing Director, during a recent briefing marking the agency’s two decades of operations.

The second phase of the Blue Line Rail project, connecting Mile 2 to Okoko, is under construction and set to be completed by 2027.

Additionally, the Red Line is slated to commence commercial operations in Q2 2024, covering 37 kilometers with 13 stations from Agbado to Marina.

The first phase of the Blue Line, launched in September 2023, has already transported over 80,000 passengers, with plans to further increase daily trips, ultimately aiming to serve around 500,000 passengers daily upon full completion.


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