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Xoliswa Kakana, ICT-Works Founder and Managing Director

ICT-Works attended the commissioning of the Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) within the Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) Bus Rapid Transit system.

The company played a key role in the implementation of the project, which is part of the World Bank funded Lagos Urban Transport Project Phase 2 (LUTPII) program.

According to ICT-Works, this is a key project for LAMATA and the people of Lagos State as the system will service the key route between Ikorodu and Tafawa Balewa Square.

“This route services an average of 150 000 passengers per day with over 400 buses and just under 30 bus stops to cater for.”

The City of Lagos is currently making public transport services available to the community as it moves towards establishing a Smart City. 

A mobile app, Lagos BRT, was launched to showcase electronic displays of the bus stops routes and to enable passengers to get real-time departure information.

“We are consistently aiming for more and better innovation and best-in-class technology solutions to enable our clients to gain the benefit of the most advanced Transport and Logistics operations possible,” concludes Xoliswa Kakana, ICT-Works Founder and Managing Director.

 

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