The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, says it has deployed its entire workforce, including Special
Marshals to the highways to ensure hitch free movement of commuters across the country during the
A statement by Deputy Corps Marshal, Bisi Kazeem, on Monday in Abuja, said the personnel would
combat traffic gridlock and ensure zero Road Traffic Crashes.
He said that the personnel had been provided with logistics and operational materials, including radar
guns to check speed violations.
Kazeem added that 16 traffic control camps have been set up along different routes, while 53 critical
routes would receive special attention.
Kazeem quoted the Corps Marsal, Dauda Biu as directing Commanding Officers to ensure 24-hour
surveillance along high-volume traffic and gridlock prone areas.
He also directed the full mobilization of the 26 Help Areas, and full utilization of the 59 Emergency
Ambulance Points, the mobilization of roadside clinics, and 24-hour broadcast of traffic situation on the
National Traffic Radio 107.1 FM.
According to him, the special operation would round up on Jan. 15, 2024.