Oyo Commissions 32.2km Of 110km Circular Road Project 


The 32.2 km road in the South-East Wing of the 110km Circular Road project inherited from the former administration of late governor Isiaka Ajimobi is ready for commissioning.

The road in the southeast wing of the four-section project comprises six bridges and two interchanges, which have all been completed since 2023.

The 32.2 kilometre-road infrastructure component of the 110 kilometre-project, named after former Governor Rashidi Ladoja completes the first phase of the important project started by Governor Makinde.

The 110 km Circular project was designed to encircle Ibadan, the state capital, and ease the flow of traffic in the city. It is segmented into four sections namely South-East Wing (32.2km), North-East Wing (20km), North-West Wing (33km), and South-West Wing (24km).

It will also strategically link the Ibadan-Ife Expressway, the Moniya Train Station, and the Ilutuntun Business District being constructed by the state government as well as the Oluyole Free Trade Zone being proposed by the government, among other benefits.

The state will also commission three Junction Improvement Works in the Idi-Ape-Civic Centre-Agodi Gate axis, which was constructed to ease the flow of traffic in the city. The Makinde administration took the initiative to drive the important but overlooked Ibadan Circular Road Project as part of the government’s commitment to building infrastructure that targets the economy of the state.

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