The Lagos – Ibadan Train Service (LITS) offers fully air-conditioned train services in varying categories. These trains comprise newly acquired coaches and locomotives. And there are options for everyone, as tickets are available in Economy, Business, and First Class categories.
Lagos District (LD) has twenty-five (25) stations and is the major hub for mass and freight trains in Nigeria.
Lagos District also has the core function of running passenger and freight trains with the vision to provide efficient, affordable, reliable, widely connected and customer–oriented train services. Lagos District is now home to standard gauge trains that run from Lagos to Ibadan daily.
1. Lagos–Ibadan Train Services: This train service originates from Mobolaji Johnson Station (MJS), Muritala Muhammad Way, Ebute-Metta Lagos State. Please check the train schedule for a trip that best suits your travel plan.
2. Mass Transit Trains: This train service originates from Iddo/Ijoko daily. Please check the MTT train schedule for your preferred option. Please note that this service is not available on weekends.
3. Freight Trains: Lagos District is in the business of hauling heavy duty materials and goods from major port terminals (such as Apapa port, APMT, ENL, ABTL, GDNL and many others) to different destinations. For more information regarding the freight trains, please contact:
Mrs Nkemdilim Chiazor
District Superintendent (DS)
Phone: +234 – 8037132459
Mrs Chidinma Mbah
Railway Port Representative (RPR)
Phone: +234 – 8035393956
Lagos District Address
Address: Lagos District Headquarters
Ebute Metta Junction, Along Murtala Muhammad Way
LAGOS – IBADAN TRAIN SCHEDULES
|LAGOS – IBADAN TRAIN|
|SUNDAY – SATURDAY|
|ABUJA – KADUNA TRAIN|
|SUNDAY – SATURDAY|
|WARRI – ITAKPE TRAIN|
|SUNDAY – SATURDAY|
|ROUTE : LAGOS – IBADAN|
|ROUTE : LAGOS – ABEOKUTA|
|ROUTE : ABEOKUTA – IBADAN|
|ROUTE : ABUJA – KADUNA|
|ROUTE : WARRI(UJEVWU) – ITAKPE|
|ROUTE : WARRI(UJEVWU) – UROMI|
|ROUTE : UROMI – ITAKPE|
THINGS TO NOTE WHEN YOU CHOOSE TO USE NRC SERVICES:
· You can only buy a ticket after the show of a valid
· Each ticket has a seat number allocated to it.
Please, adhere strictly to these numbers when on
board the train.
· Tickets are non – refundable and viable for only
one journey. It is an offence to recycle the use of a
· Children under 3years of age would ride free and
are not entitled to a seat.
· You cannot upgrade yourself from a category of
coach to another at any time during a journey.
Please remain in the coach and seat that has been
allocated to you.
· Upon request for presentation of ticket by NRC
officials, please comply accordingly.
· Please, keep your tickets safely until the end of
your journey. Anyone with claims of loss of ticket
will be treated as a passenger without a valid
· Boarding the train without a valid ticket attracts a
fine, which is double the original value of the
· Trading of any sort is prohibited while on board
· Fighting and alcohol consumption while on board
is strongly prohibited.
· Please note that all coaches are fully air-
conditioned. You may need to wear thick clothing
to protect you from the cold.
GOODS NOT ALLOWED ON THE TRAIN
· No luggage above 25kg
· No perishable /stainable items
· No filming without authorization
· No hawking / preaching
· No combustible materials
· No arms / sharp objects
· Bicycles/motorcycles are not allowed
· No smoking / alcohol / pornographic materials
· No dead / live animals.
Note: Additional items may be prohibited by the Nigeria Railway Corporation as a result of risk assessment conducted.
· Military or Para-Military personnel who need to travel with their arms must submit it to the NRC Police Command for safe keeping.
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