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LAGFERRY moves 41,040 trucks through barges in Lagos ports in 2020

Reading Time: 3 minutes Image Credits: NAN Photo. The Lagos State Ferry Services (LAGFERRY) said that the service moved 41, 040 trucks through barges in Apapa ports between January and December 2020 to decongest gridlock in Lagos. Mr Abdoulbaq Balogun, LAGFERRY Managing Director, made the disclosure during a two-day Strategic Management Workshop for management of Lagos Ferry Services with Read More…

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LASWA, Ibile Oil & Gas collaborate to enhance ferry services in Lagos

Reading Time: 3 minutes Image Credits: NAN. The Managing Director, Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA), Mr Oluwadamilola Emmanuel, has said that establishment of Ibile Oil & Gas Station at the authority’s headquarters would enhance safety culture on Waterways. Emmanuel made the disclosure during the launching of Ibile Oil and Gas, Waterways Petrol Dump at the authority’s headquarters in Lagos Read More…

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There’s now higher demand for LAGFERRY services – MD

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Lagos Ferry Services (LAGFERRY) on Tuesday said that there had been a significant increase in the patronage of ferry services since Monday, the first day of work after the partial closure of the Third Mainland Bridge. The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of LAGFERRY, Mr Abdoulbaq Balogun, said this in an interview with the News Read More…

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Third Mainland Bridge repairs: LASWA deploys safety systems on waterways

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) says it has deployed  measures to ensure maximum safety for commuters who choose waterways, following the partial closure of the Third Mainland Bridge for repairs. LASWA’s General Manager, Mr Oluwadamilola Emmanuel, disclosed in a statement on Sunday that the authority had prepared adequately for commuters. Emmanuel said: “LASWA is Read More…

Despite the 60% limited operating capacity forced by COVID-19, LAGFERRY recorded highest passengers' ridership on a single day of ferry operation, commuting a total of 1175 passengers.
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LAGFERRY to increase daily trips, routes as 3rd Mainland Bridge closes

Reading Time: 3 minutes Picture above credit: Despite the 60% limited operating capacity forced by COVID-19, LAGFERRY recorded highest passengers’ ridership on a single day of ferry operation on Wednesday, 10th June 2020, commuting a total of 1175 passengers. Photograph: LagFerry The Lagos Ferry Services (LAGFERRY) says it will increase daily operations on most of the routes and add Read More…

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LagFerry targets 480,000 passengers daily

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Lagos Ferry Services Company (LAGFERRY) says it has a daily target of moving 480,000 people through the water transport when it reached its optimal operational level. Its Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Mr AbdoulBaq Balogun, said this during ”Covinspiration,” an online show moderated by Dayo Israel, a UN Special Representative and British Council Global Change Read More…