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Monday, September 24, 2018

"Our goal is to make Rivers State a land of peace and prosperity with boundless opportunities and possibilities"

– a place where no one is left behind...

Gov.Ezenwo Nyesom Wike

Chime Signs Law On Okada Ban

The Enugu state government has  enacted a law  banning the operations of motorcycles otherwise known as Okada within the Enugu metropolis. The State Governor, Barrister...

US Backs Lebanon On High-Speed Railway

A high-speed national rail network is being advanced by leading government figures as the solution to Lebanon‘s enduring congestion crisis.    United States Transport Secretary,...

FRSC Gets Court’s Nod On New Number Plate  

The Court of Appeal, Lagos, has granted the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) the permission to go ahead with the new number plate. Justice Shagbaor Ikegh,...

VIO Explains Procedure To Obtain New Driver’s Licence

Applicants for the new driver’s licence will have to go through three main procedures before obtaining the document, the Lagos State Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO), has...

Rivers FRSC Tasks Drivers On Speed Limit Devices

The Rivers State Com mand of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has directed all commercial vehicle owners and drivers to install speed limit devices...

Work On PH Rail Line May End, Next Week

The re-construction of the railway line from Elelenwo station to the Port Harcourt terminal will be completed next week. A source at the construction firm, Esser...

Commuters Fault TIMARIV On Abandoned Vehicles

Commuters in Rivers State have faulted the Rivers State Transport Management Agency (TIMARIV) over long abandoned vehicles on the roads. Some commuters like Amos Olungwe...

Speed Limiters: Stakeholders Want FG To Fix Roads First

The Federal Government has been urged to fix the bad roads in the country before the enforcement of speed limiting device installation by the Federal...

Road Accidents Claim 472 Lives

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Monday confirmed the death of 472 persons in more than 500 road accidents in different parts of...

FG Loses N50bn On Truck Terminals Annually

Statistics and rough estimates have shown that the Nigerian loses more than N50 billion annually on truck terminal operations. Disclosing this to The Tide in...
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