Some users of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on Friday in Lagos decried shortage of buses being released for services since the ease of lockdown on May 4.
The commuters told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in separate interviews at the BRT Bus Stations that inadequate deployment of the buses had increased the time they spent in queues.
NAN reports that it appeared the operator had withdrawn many of the buses from the roads, because of the government new operational guidelines restricting them to carry only 20 passengers instead of 70 per buses.
Commenting, Mr Tope Musowo, a media practitioner, told NAN that passengers were subjected to long waiting in queue at the station, as most of the BRT high-capacity buses seemed to have disappeared. (Text by Independent)