OYHA Wants Oyo Govt to End Indiscriminate Parking
Speaker of the Oyo State House of Assembly, OYHA, Mr. Adebo Ogundoyin, has urged the executive arm of government through the Ministry of Public Works and Transport and Oyo State Road Transport Maintenance Authority (OYRTMA) to come up with policy mechanism on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement for car parks management.
This followed a motion moved by the member representing Afijio state constituency, Mr. Seyi Adisa aimed at preventing indiscriminate parking of vehicles by to the road users.
Mr. Ogundoyin also urged the state Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism to embark on orientation for road users on road regulations, statutes and the state non-tolerance posture to breaching road rules and regulations.
Presenting the motion, Mr. Adisa explained that the habit of indiscriminate parking of motorists and inadequate motor parks has seriously militated against the efforts of the officers of the Oyo State Road Traffic Management Authority, OYRTMA, who are noted for effective discharge of their duties.
Contributing, the minority leader, Mr. Asimiyu Alarape commended the OYRTMA on their effective maintenance of road activities in the Akinyele area of the state.
He appealed that such competence should be directed towards vehicular activities in other towns of the state such as Sabo in Ogbomoso and Ile-Ikara in Oyo town.