Ikorodu Road is a major expressway connecting the Mainland of Lagos to Ikorodu. The road is designated as the A1 highway for its entire 24.5 kilometer length. For most of the Lagos portion, it is a four-lane expressway with two frontage roads parallel to the expressway. The expressway crosses other major expressways such as Apapa Oworonshoki Expressway and Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. The expressway also hosts many of the Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority's bus rapid transit (BRT) stops all the way to Ikorodu
Ikorodu Road officially starts after the flyover with Murtala Muhammed Way in Lagos Mainland. From here its travels north dividing Mushin from Somolu. After its 4 kilometer mark, the expressway interchanges with Apapa Oworonshoki Expressway or Gbagada Expressway. After passing the interchange, it continues northwards to Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way (leading towards Computer Village and Murtala Muhammed International Airport. Then makes a cloverleaf interchange with Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. After this interchange, it becomes an divided arterial road all the way eastwards into Ikorodu.
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