OYRTMA Redeploys 48 Commanders, Creates New Zonal Command to Enhance Performance

The Oyo State Road Transport Management Authority (OYRTMA) has reshuffled the rank and files of its top commanders and second in commands across the state, in order to optimise performance and deliver on its core mandate of effective road transport management.

In the statement, the Executive Chairman of OYRTMA, Dr. Fagbemi revealed that: “This major shakeup is one of our numerous routine operational changes aimed at ensuring effective service delivery, particularly as we are poised to optimising our performance in the year 2022 and beyond.

“Management has carefully executed a SWOT analysis on our performances in the past two years and our strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats has been identified.

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“Thus, this rejig is imperative as it represents a chunk of our strategic action plans to ease traffic, reduce road traffic crashes and make lives easier for the good people of Oyo state in tandem with the roadmap to Accelerated Development 2019-2023, as championed by the Executive Governor of Oyo State, His Excellency, Engr. ‘Seyi Makinde”, he said.
The OYRTMA boss also disclosed that the authority has expanded its Zonal and Area Commands across the State and they include;

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IBADAN ZONE 1 (SANYO): Sanyo/Soka, Challenge, New Garage, Molete, Oke-Bola, Dugbe, Podo, Adeoyo Ring-Road and Mapo.

IBADAN ZONE 2 (ONA ARA): Agugu, Onipepeye, Water, Agodi –Gate

IBADAN ZONE 3 (APATA): Apata, Eleyele 1, Eleyele 2, Omi-Adio, Oluyole, Apete, Elebu.

IBADAN ZONE 4 (MONIYA): Akinyele 1, Akinyele 2, Akinyele Park, U.I/Agbowo, Bodija, Sango

IBADAN ZONE 5 (IWO ROAD): Iwo Road Central, Lagelu, Egbeda SDP, Egbeda Toll Gate, Secretariat Gate, General Gas, Monatan, Idi-Ape, Olodo 1, Olodo 2

ZONE 6 (OYO): Oyo, Afijio and Environs

ZONE 7 (OGBOMOSO): Ogbomoso and Environs

ZONE 8 (SAKI): Saki and Environs.

Meanwhile, three (3) New Area Commands were created in Ibadan to cater for the increasing influx of people and vehicles into the state, as a result of the economic and security stability experienced under the Governor Makinde’s Administration.
“These changes are expected to ensure an even spread of the authorities personnel and ensure that no zone in the state is deprived of the services of the authority. Thus, it is expected to make road traffic management in the state more effective than ever before”, Dr. Fagbemi stated.


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