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The Cable Car Initiative

Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) can only directly serve part of the metropolitan area and in the short/medium term the MRT network will be relatively undeveloped. Hence, the development of MRT will need to be supported by complementary quality public transport networks, integrated with MRT. The Lagos Cable Car Project is designed to deliver such a system.

The most promising corridor for cable car development to complement the Strategic Transport Master Plan (STMP) is the corridor linking Apapa with Lagos Island, Obalende/Ikoyi and Victoria Island, which is not directly served by the STMP mass transit networks. Here the cable car project would provide high quality transport connections with several opportunities to interchange with the RMRT and BRT lines. The project will attract private sector funding thus increasing the level of investment available for improving transportation in Lagos.

PARTNERS

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The Ministry of Works (MOW) will construct new roads within the state and maintain the roads outside LAMATA

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Agence Française de Développement (AFD) is a financial institution and the main implementing agency for France’s official development assistance to developing countries and overseas territories.

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The Ministry of Transportation (MOT) will be responsible for policy formulation, establishment and defining of the transport sector

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LASTMA will focus on traffic control while LAMATA concentrates on traffic management and related tasks.

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The World Bank is helping to fight poverty and improve living standards for the people of Nigeria

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