.... All over the developed countries, you see you’re on the highway, you just tune to the Traffic Radio, on the spot and get the traffic situation. When the station takes off, every 30 minutes, you should be able to tune on. The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Traffic Radio Station will
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, has complied with the presidential directive on "Ease of doing business" by commencing a 24-hour operation in Lagos Ports in order to analyze cargo manifests and issuing Debit Notes to Shipping Agents This has been achieved by extending work hours for some staff
Authorities in Madrid asked Spain's antitrust watchdog on Saturday to investigate whether Uber's new low-cost airport transfer service constitutes unfair competition. The city council's request follows the ride-hailing app's return to the Spanish capital last year after the CNMC competition regulator called for the government to lift a ban on the
International and domestic airlines operating in Nigeria are gradually losing passenger traffic to Ethiopian Airlines over the East African carrier’s relatively cheaper fares, easy connectivity and most recently, concerted efforts by the country at becoming a one-stop-shop for tourists in Africa. Investigations show that an economy class return ticket to Dubai
....Restriction to last for 8 hours Nigeria. The Government of Lagos State of Nigeria on Sunday announced that it will restrict movement of persons in the state for 6 hours for its local government election, holding on July 22, 2017, from 7 am to 2 pm. The State’s Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr.
A group buying option portal has being introduced by Kenya Airways airline to enable its customers to manage their booking process. The new launched portal will enable its customers to book group travel as it seeks to broaden revenue streams. It will also reduce the turnaround time to close the deal. The tool will enable
THE average fare paid by commuters for bus journey within cities in the country decreased by 2.72 percent month-on-month and increased by 48.78 percent year-on-year to N131.00 in May 2017 as against N134.66 in April 2017.The National Bureau of Statistic, NBS, disclosed this in its transport fare watch report for