Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority

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The Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (abbreviated LAMATA) is the government body created to coordinate transport policies in the Lagos Metropolitan Area, Nigeria.[1] The organisation oversees road and traffic management in Lagos, as well as the Lagos Rail Mass Transit and the Lagos Bus Rapid Transit System.[1] It is based in Ikeja in the metropolitan area.

LAMATA was legally formed by the LAMATA Law on 13 January 2002, and its power modified by the LAMATA Act 2007.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Background". Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority. Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority. Retrieved 25 December 2016.