The Primero Transport Services Ltd., Operator of BRT in Lagos State, has announced the resumption of operations on the Ikorodu to Tafawa Balewa Square (TBS) route with effect from Friday, April 2, 2021, 48 hours after the suspension of services on that corridor over operational challenges.
The resumption follows the resolution of all operational issues that caused the earlier suspension.
This disclosure was made by the Head, Corporate Communications of Primero, Mutiu Yekeem, in a statement on Thursday, April 1, 2021, in Lagos.
Yekeem in his statement said, “We use this medium to inform the general public that we will resume full operations on Ikorodu to TBS routes effective tomorrow, Friday, April, 2.
We are glad to inform our esteemed commuters that all operational issues have been resolved and we call on all to join the Primero BRT service at all bus shelters. It was due to forces beyond our control.
We will commence full operations across our designated routes and ensure that commuters’ satisfactions are given priority.
“We sincerely appreciate commuters’ patience during the period and we look forward to providing our usual safe, affordable and convenient services to residents 24 hours, every week.”
In case you missed it
- It can be recalled that Primero Transport Services Ltd., 2 days ago, announced the immediate suspension of operations of the Ikorodu to Tafawa Balewa Square (TBS) route due to operational challenges being encountered by the firm along that axis.
- The resumption of BRT services to that route will come as a huge relief to commuters who have gone through untold hardship because of the earlier suspension.