To avoid Lagos traffic this rainy season, when is the best time to set out on the road? During the rain or after the rain? Leave your views in the comment section below.
Very soon, we’ll be launching 2 new cameras on Funsho Williams Avenue (Western Avenue) at Barracks. One will be giving you view of traffic flowing to and fro Ojuelegba towards Stadium and the other giving you view of traffic flowing up and down the Stadium overhead bridge and towards Barracks.
We have added 2 new traffic cameras viewing traffic flowing from Oshodi-oke towards Charity. This is useful especially for those going towards Airport, Isolo, Festac, Badagry and Apapa. Click here to view now and share with your friends too.
We received guests from CCTV – Africa on Tuesday October 6th, 2015 in our Headquarters in Maryland, Lagos. It was a great pleasure meeting and chatting with Deji Badmus on Lagos Traffic, a very interesting topic to us any day, any time.
…Deploy cameras across the city Tsaboin Traffic Talk, foremost traffic report app and Nigeria’s biggest traffic monitoring site has restated its commitment towards easing the challenge of traffic gridlock experienced by road users in Lagos State. Speaking during a press conference held recently in Lagos, Dele Odufuye, CEO of Tsaboin Traffic Talk, stated that the
[See Pix] This is the product of 3 guys + 4hrs of #LagosTraffic that the driver had to clean from the car after they arrived fagged out to do anything again. Journey from Lekki to Maryland started 4pm and ended 8.30pm (last week Tuesday). This is Lagos.
In whose hands would you rather fall? Did I hear somebody say “God forbid”? Not to worry, its just for FUN!
Tsaboin appoints new Chief Marketing Officer, Rakesh Mannan. Rakesh is an Enterprising leader with the ability to mentor and motivate cross cultural teams. Possess excellent analytical, reasoning, communication, collaboration and interpersonal skills. He has got over 16 years of IT rich experience out of which he spent 6 years in Nigeria doing business development and
Who is more careful on the road? (vote and share)
Lagos is the smallest in area of Nigeria’s states, and is arguably the most economically important state of the country, containing Lagos, the nation’s largest urban area. The actual population total is around 17.5 million, compared to a much higher figure claimed by the Lagos State Government. The population is inversely proportional to the area