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Oshodi Transport interchange is the Biggest Bus terminal in Nigeria and West Africa. It is the first of its kind in Nigeria.

The Oshodi transport interchange is a world-class bus terminal in Oshodi, Lagos State, Nigeria. It is a multi three-story facility featuring three separate terminals linked by the skywalk bridge. It is built in between two important road. The Oshodi Apapa Expressway and the Agege Motor road.

It is one of the newest infrastructural
development in Lagos to boost business and the transportation in Lagos.

The Oshodi transport interchange is not just a bus terminal. It has become the newest tourist destination in Lagos.

When every part of the facility opens fully, it will become a tourist hub. It will feature recreational and entertainment centres. It will have a museum, art gallery, fast foods, lounge, mall, hotel and hubs. Not only that, but it is going to be an economic hub.

There are 3 different terminals all linked with a skywalk bridge.

The construction of the Oshodi Bus terminal was done by an indigenous company known as Planet projects limited. Planet Projects Limited is a Nigerian based business with headquarters in Lagos.

Source:  https://www.travelwaka.com/oshodi-bus-terminal-is-the-biggest-in-nigeria/

Below are Aeriel view of the different terminals

 

 
 
 
The skywalk is the longest free-standing bridge in Nigeria. It is one of the facilities meant to ease movement between the three terminals. The skywalk links the three terminals together. The skywalk bridge that links terminal one to terminal two is about 53.2 metres in length while the one linking terminal two and three is about 155 metres in length. To access the terminal, you will need to use the escalators and the lifts.

It's amazing, that This project from start to finish was handled by a Nigerian firm, Nigerian engineers and Nigerian workers. Project Planets limited is really setting the pace. kudos to them.

Oshodi Transport interchange is the Biggest Bus terminal in Nigeria and West Africa. It is the first of its kind in Nigeria.

The Oshodi transport interchange is a world-class bus terminal in Oshodi, Lagos State, Nigeria. It is a multi three-story facility featuring three separate terminals linked by the skywalk bridge. It is built in between two important road. The Oshodi Apapa Expressway and the Agege Motor road.

It is one of the newest infrastructural
development in Lagos to boost business and the transportation in Lagos.

The Oshodi transport interchange is not just a bus terminal. It has become the newest tourist destination in Lagos.

When every part of the facility opens fully, it will become a tourist hub. It will feature recreational and entertainment centres. It will have a museum, art gallery, fast foods, lounge, mall, hotel and hubs. Not only that, but it is going to be an economic hub.

There are 3 different terminals all linked with a skywalk bridge.

The construction of the Oshodi Bus terminal was done by an indigenous company known as Planet projects limited. Planet Projects Limited is a Nigerian based business with headquarters in Lagos.

Below are Aeriel view of the different terminal

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The skywalk is the longest free-standing bridge in Nigeria. It is one of the facilities meant to ease movement between the three terminals. The skywalk links the three terminals together. The skywalk bridge that links terminal one to terminal two is about 53.2 metres in length while the one linking terminal two and three is about 155 metres in length. To access the terminal, you will need to use the escalators and the lifts.

It's amazing, that This project from start to finish was handled by a Nigerian firm, Nigerian engineers and Nigerian workers. Project Planets limited is really setting the pace. kudos to them.

 
Oshodi Bus terminal is the first of its kind in Africa
It has three different terminals namely terminal 1, terminal 2 and terminal 3
It is the biggest bus terminal in West Africa
The skywalk is the longest skywalk suspension bridge in Africa
The complex host the first skywalk bridge in Nigeria
The Oshodi transport interchange has three different terminals which are terminal 1, terminal 2, terminal 3
It is located in Oshodi, Lagos State, Nigeria.
The bus terminal was commissioned by President Muhammadu Buhari
The Oshodi Transport Interchange was commissioned on 24th April 2019

 
These are some of the facilities available at the terminal

Car Park
Food Court
Lobby
Restrooms
Halls
Lifts
Escalators
Waiting Area
Skywalk
Offices
Loading Bay
Ticketing booth
Drivers Lounge
Information desk
Luggage Holding
Retail Outlets
ATM Gallery
First Aid Station
Emergency exits

 

 
 
 
It has three different terminals which are terminal 1, terminal 2 and terminal 3. The interchange is the first of its kind in Nigeria. It is a multi-level bus park with three floors. It also features a skywalk, bus park, taxi park and other attractions. The three terminals can conveniently accommodate over 820 Mass transit buses. This makes it the biggest bus terminal in West Africa.

Each terminal consists of ticketing booths, reception, waiting areas, restrooms, loading bay etc. It also has a control tower that monitors every activity at the bus terminal.
The three-terminal was constructed on over 48,285 square metres of land. The terminals also have a parking lot that can take over 600 vehicles.

Terminal One
The terminal one is for interstate transport. It loads the following location Abia, Abeokuta, Kuto, Abuja, Akure, Benue / Oturupo, Ede/Osogbo, Ekiti/Ijoro, Enugu/Abakaliki, Ibadan/Molete/Challenge/Oyo, Ijebu Ode/Odogbolu, Ikare/Owo/Ipetu/Ikeji, Ilaro, Ilesha/Ife/Ile Ife, Ilorin/Ogbomoso, Imo/Owerri, Offa/Ajase Oro, Okitipupa/Igbokoda, Onitsha, Port Harcourt, Saki/Okaka, Sango/Ifo, Shagamu, Umuahia.

Terminal Two
Ikeja, Agege, Iyana Ipaja, egbeda, Abule Egba, Ikotun, Ayobo, Ogba, Yaba, Ojuelegba, Mushin, Opebi/Alausa, Iganda, Egbeda, etc

Terminal Three
Mile 2/Festac, Airport road, Bariga/New Garage, Tincan, Orile, Apapa/Wharf, ejigbo, Ajegunle/Boundary, Ojodu/Berger, Gbagada/Anthony, Eko Ijumota, Iyana Isolo/Jakande Gate/ Itire, Ojota/Ketu/Mile 12, Adeniji, Eko Hotel, Ilupeju, Lwekki /Jakande/Ajah, Ijora/Costain, CMS/Obalende, Sabo/Ikorodu

 

 
There are signs and instructions everywhere for direction

 
Inside the world class facility

 
 
 
All the buses used in this facility meets international standards. The buses are fully air-conditioned with charging ports and Wifi capabilities for passengers

 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 
Oshodi Bus terminal is the first of its kind in Africa
It has three different terminals namely terminal 1, terminal 2 and terminal 3
It is the biggest bus terminal in West Africa
The skywalk is the longest skywalk suspension bridge in Africa
The complex host the first skywalk bridge in Nigeria
The Oshodi transport interchange has three different terminals which are terminal 1, terminal 2, terminal 3
It is located in Oshodi, Lagos State, Nigeria.
The bus terminal was commissioned by President Muhammadu Buhari
The Oshodi Transport Interchange was commissioned on 24th April 2019

 

 
These are some of the facilities available at the terminal

Car Park
Food Court
Lobby
Restrooms
Halls
Lifts
Escalators
Waiting Area
Skywalk
Offices
Loading Bay
Ticketing booth
Drivers Lounge
Information desk
Luggage Holding
Retail Outlets
ATM Gallery
First Aid Station
Emergency exits

 

 
It has three different terminals which are terminal 1, terminal 2 and terminal 3. The interchange is the first of its kind in Nigeria. It is a multi-level bus park with three floors. It also features a skywalk, bus park, taxi park and other attractions. The three terminals can conveniently accommodate over 820 Mass transit buses. This makes it the biggest bus terminal in West Africa.

Each terminal consists of ticketing booths, reception, waiting areas, restrooms, loading bay etc. It also has a control tower that monitors every activity at the bus terminal.
The three-terminal was constructed on over 48,285 square metres of land. The terminals also have a parking lot that can take over 600 vehicles.

Terminal One
The terminal one is for interstate transport. It loads the following location Abia, Abeokuta, Kuto, Abuja, Akure, Benue / Oturupo, Ede/Osogbo, Ekiti/Ijoro, Enugu/Abakaliki, Ibadan/Molete/Challenge/Oyo, Ijebu Ode/Odogbolu, Ikare/Owo/Ipetu/Ikeji, Ilaro, Ilesha/Ife/Ile Ife, Ilorin/Ogbomoso, Imo/Owerri, Offa/Ajase Oro, Okitipupa/Igbokoda, Onitsha, Port Harcourt, Saki/Okaka, Sango/Ifo, Shagamu, Umuahia.

Terminal Two
Ikeja, Agege, Iyana Ipaja, egbeda, Abule Egba, Ikotun, Ayobo, Ogba, Yaba, Ojuelegba, Mushin, Opebi/Alausa, Iganda, Egbeda, etc

Terminal Three
Mile 2/Festac, Airport road, Bariga/New Garage, Tincan, Orile, Apapa/Wharf, ejigbo, Ajegunle/Boundary, Ojodu/Berger, Gbagada/Anthony, Eko Ijumota, Iyana Isolo/Jakande Gate/ Itire, Ojota/Ketu/Mile 12, Adeniji, Eko Hotel, Ilupeju, Lwekki /Jakande/Ajah, Ijora/Costain, CMS/Obalende, Sabo/Ikorodu

 

 
 

 
Inside the world class facility.

 

 
 
 
All the buses used in this facility meets international standards. The buses are fully air-conditioned with charging ports and Wifi capabilities for passengers

 
 

 

 
 

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