The Lagos State Government on Friday declared that a few bridges would be shut in the coming month for test.
It additionally uncovered that tankers on affected bridges would be emptied in front of the activity.
Mr Ladi Lawanson, Commissioner for Transport, talked at a news meeting in Ikeja.
The authority apologized to inhabitants over burdens coming about because of the continuous conclusion of the Third Mainland Bridge for the three-day respectability test.
He clarified that the test should have been led before by the Federal Ministry of Works yet was moved in light of the fact that the state government felt the planning wasn’t right.
“Offer was made then to the Ministry of Power, Works and Housing and they consented to the point and it was not shut around then.
“In any case, now, viable palliatives have been set up for occupants to have the capacity to cross however much as could reasonably be expected.
“We apologize and feel for the drivers for any burdens it may have caused.
“We are available to criticism every now and then; we apologize for any bothers it might have caused the inhabitants,” the official said.
In the mean time, as work on the Third Mainland bridges starts, authorities have discharged alternative routes .