A statement by the state Commissioner for Transportation, Mr. Kayode Opeifa on Wednesday, said the move was part of efforts to deliver the first phase of the Blue Line Rail Project.
Mr. Opeifa advised motorists and other road users to make use of alternative routes to avoid traffic delays.
The statement read in part: “The contractor, China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation, will be installing pre-cast beams for the pedestrian bridge to take commuters into the rail station at Mile 2 and across the road.
“The Badagry-bound carriageway on the Lagos Badagry Expressway will be closed to traffic between 7am and 12 noon on Sunday, October 20, 2013 to enable the contractor to install the beams.
“We appeal for caution and cooperation from all road users to obey all traffic regulations and ensure traffic flow during the period of closure. We are working with relevant Lagos State agencies to ensure free flow of traffic.”