In accordance to the company’s vision to expand its services, ABC Transport Plc has opened a new terminal at Ajah, Lagos.
This new location which is situated at Km 21, Lekki Expressway, near Ajah Police Station, commenced operations on November 27, 2016 and the new office will offer Sprinter and Cargo Express Services to meet the peculiar demands of Lagos residents.
ABC Cargo Express will offer customers the ability to send and receive items of various weights and sizes from Ajah to any location in Nigeria and the West Coast.
Consequently, ABC Sprinter will run a direct, daily passenger service from Ajah to Owerri, Port Harcourt and the West Coast, which comprises Accra, Lome and Cotonou.
Although ABC Sprinter has mainly operated in Lagos, Abuja, Jos, Kaduna, Ibadan, Umuahia, Aba, Owerri, Calabar and Uyo, the introduction of the Ajah – Accra service comes as a much needed boost, to the Sprinter Service that was earlier introduced on the West Coast in July.
It will also increases the international gate options for passengers, because, until now, passengers could only travel to the West Coast from ABC terminal, Amuwo –Odofin.
However, this strategic development ensures that residents on the Ajah –Lekki axis, and other people within their environs would begin to enjoy reliable and high quality transport services.
Unlike the typical midi buses deployed by other operators, ABC Sprinter midi buses, are fully air-conditioned, more roomy, and comfortable; as the service is designed to provide light travellers with enough legroom and comfort on long distance trips, as well as on-board refreshments.
The buses carry only 14 passengers, thus, keeping in line with ABC Transport’s safety policy, only three persons are allowed to sit on a row. Every Sprinter bus is equipped with speed governors to avoid over speeding, based on ABC Transports’ strict standards.
Today, the Sprinter is more preferred by small groups and tourists who would rather travel with less luggage and is suitable for navigating challenging road conditions and tricky hold ups along the cross-border corridor.