“The train travelling with such speed will curtail the menace of gridlocks in the cities and relieve the highways from unnecessary pressure.
“The perishable goods at the various communities will now be easily transported to the city where the demands are higher, thereby reduce the cost of goods and services,’’ Oche said.
He disclosed that “They have done a lot in laying of tracks between Abeokuta, Itori, Papalanto, Kajola, Ijoko towards the Lagos corridor.
“From here to Iju is 10 kilometers, and we are laying 1.5km on daily basis and by the first week of February, we will do a test run to Abeokuta from Lagos. #NRC