5 Busiest and Most Traveled Roads in Nigeria

We have so many most traveled roads in Nigeria. Transportation by road is the one that’s most commonly used as a mode of transportation in Nigeria, and perhaps all over the world at large.

Most traveled roads in Nigeria

Road transportation involves carrying passengers in small or large numbers to different destinations. Such as animals, farm produce, and merchandise. Mobile services are also used in most traveled roads such as mobile clinics and bullion vans for banks.

Over Millions of Nigerians use motor vehicles as the main means of traveling regularly on these busiest and most traveled roads. This dependence on road transportation notifies the need to classify road-use into most-traveled roads in Nigeria and least-traveled roads in Nigeria. Our focus is on the most traveled roads in Nigeria

5 most traveled roads we have in Nigeria

  1. Most traveled roads: Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
    The federal highway between the most inhabited city in Lagos and the largest city Ibadan in Nigeria is a distance of 120 kilometers. This road was constructed in the year 1974. Lagos State is where almost all the commercial activities are being carried out and have attracted a lot of people. This road is the most traveled roads that are being used on a daily basis. This states also have the greatest number of companies and production plants in the countries. This State was once the former Capital of Nigeria and this road leads to Ibadan. Which is the most ancient and the largest city in West Africa?
  2. Most traveled roads: Abuja-Lokoja-Okene Road: Abuja which is the capital and government-seat of Nigeria. The capital of Nigeria was moved from Lagos to down here. The FCT has become one of the most traveled roads and renowned cities in Nigeria. The FCT with its most-traveled roads makes it easier for you to enter Abuja from Suleja in Niger State, from Nasarawa, from Kaduna, and from Lokoja in Kogi State among other major roads. The Abuja-Lokoja-Okene road happens to be the most-used. Thousands of vehicles coming from the Southern and Eastern parts of the country take the Abuja-Lokoja-Okene road into the FCT.

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  1. Most traveled roads: Benin-Ore Expressway: Regular travelers would concur that the Benin-Ore-Shagamu road is one of the most traveled roads in Nigeria. Most travelers from the South-West parts of the country follow this road into the South-East and South-South. Although, this road was damage some years ago due to heavy vehicular and thousands of motorists that travel on this road. This road is largely traveled by big luxurious buses and smaller vehicles. During November-December period that is when the rate of traffic increases.

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  1. Most traveled roads: Okigwe-Umuahia Road: Okigwe-Umuahia road is one of the most-traveled roads in Nigeria. This leads to Enugu, Port-Harcourt, Abia State and still remains one of the most traveled roads in the country. Thousands of traders and young graduates migrate from Enugu and other Eastern states to oil-rich Rivers State. They go in search of well-paid jobs or businesses. This road that is one of the most traveled roads has been abandoned in recent years. This has made a lot of people across the country calling for the roads to be reconstructed. Therefore, preventing it from being a death-trap to many travelers.

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  1. Most traveled roads: Enugu-Awka-Onitsha Road: The expressway that links Enugu to Onitsha used to be the splendor of the old Eastern Region back then. This road connects Enugu, Awka, and Onitsha together. It was built in the late 1970s. It is one of the busiest and most traveled roads used by Igbo traders and businessmen and the most popular roads in the Eastern part of Nigeria. Hundreds of luxurious buses and trucks and smaller vehicles travel on this road on regular basis and this fact emphasizes the needs for it to be upgraded to make it safer for all.