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Lagos state BRT operator announces reduction in fares

Primero Transport Services Ltd., operator of the Lagos state Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) in a post on all social media platforms announced that it has reduced fares across 26 routes.

Recall that, Lagos state BRT operator had increased its fares across all routes in May 2020 over losses due to the COVID-19 transport guidelines that required it to commute only 20 passengers per trip instead of 70.

The following routes fares are now reduced to 200 naira from Monday, February 1st 2021.

Ikorodu – Mile12
Agric – Mile12
Owode – Ikorodu
Mile12 – Fadeyi
Mile12 – Ikorodu
Ketu – Fadeyi
Ojota – Fadeyi
Ojota – Mile12
Maryland – Fadeyi
Maryland – Mile12
Idiroko – Mile12
Obanikoro – Mile12
Palmgroove – Mile12
Onipanu – Mile12
Fadeyi – Mile12
Barracks – TBS
Stadium – TBS
Mosalashi – TBS
Iponri – TBS
Costain – TBS
Leventis – Fadeyi
Oyingbo – TBS
Yaba – TBS
Jibowu – TBS
Adekunle – TBS
Alagomeji – TBS

Read more: Lagos Traffic Radio 96.1FM launches mobile App to enhance reporting

For all questions, enquiries and comments, kindly reach out to primero transport services limited via the channels below.

Phone: 07080601787 or 07080601788
Email: info@primerotsl.com

The new Lagos State buses will be introduced to the Ikorodu corridor and to start operation from February 1st. Commuters are advised to purchase their Cowry cards to ensure seamless boarding of all Primero buses as it will operate a cashless system.

Cowry cards are sold at any accredited Cowry card sales agent at the BRT bus shelters close to you for 400 naira each. The management also announced an opportunity to swap old Lagos connect cards cards for the new cowry card at no cost.

Cowry cards are sold at any accredited Cowry card sales agent at the BRT bus shelters close to you for 400 naira each
Cowry cards

Commuters are adviced to embrace the Cowry card which would soon be extended to other transport services such as water and rail transportation in 2022 to ease transport services in the state.

Related article: Sanwo-olu commissions 13.68 km Oshodi-Abulegba BRT highway, launches e-ticketing system

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