The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) announced it was reinstating its suspended on-street parking initiative in order to instantly relieve traffic congestion in Abuja.
This information was made public on Monday by Wadata Bodinga, the Director of Traffic Management at the FCTA Transportation Secretariat, who also claimed that all legal issues that had been a barrier had been resolved.
He claimed that the new FCT parking regulations for 2019 sufficiently address the idea.
The concept needed to be renewed, according to Bodinga, because of Abuja’s quick population growth and the ensuing traffic jams.
He pointed out that the program’s reinstatement would reduce the significant risks that traffic irregularities posed to residents in the nation’s capital.
According to him, ” the present state of the FCT Traffic irregularities which pose a great hazard towards road users, the reintroduction of the On-street parking scheme by the administration will mitigate these challenges to the barest minimum.
” While On-street parking scheme may seem over bearing for some users, the scheme impact positively on the FCT residence on economic activities through improving customer experience and promoting efficient parking management system “, he added.