NPA Clears Decade-Long Gridlock on Mile 2-TinCan-Apapa Corridor

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The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has announced the successful clearance of the notorious decade-long gridlock on the Mile 2-TinCan-Apapa corridor, which is home to the TinCan and Apapa ports.

This achievement, revealed through the NPA’s official communication channels, was attributed to a collaborative effort involving the Lagos State Government, the Nigerian Navy, and the Nigeria Police Force, with support from Mr. Gboyega Oyetola, the Minister of Maritime and Blue Economy.

According to the NPA’s announcement, the clearance of the gridlock has resulted in a significant reduction in travel time for export containers entering the port, from an average of 10 days to under an hour. This improvement has led to various direct benefits, including enhanced quality control of exports, decreased haulage costs, faster truck turnaround times, and reduced import costs, thus positively impacting port operations and trade efficiency.

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