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Lagos Buses Changing Millions of Lives

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Uploaded on Nov 1, 2011

http://www.worldbank.org/climatechange - In the United States, this is the busiest travel week end of the year, because of the American holiday of Thanksgiving. But in Lagos, Nigeria, every day can mean gridlock; getting around Lagos takes patience and strong nerves. Up to 17 million people live here and 7 million of them are on the road every day, fighting for every bit of space. But since 2008 a new bus system, funded by the World Bank and other donors, is making the way to work a safe, fast, and affordable trip. It has turned the people of Lagos into public transport fans.

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