The Federal Road Maintenance Agency, FERMA, is primarily concerned with maintaining Federal Roads. If you come across a bad Federal Road there are a number of ways you can contact us to notify us of it.
- Using the “Report A Bad Road” feedback form on our website, which allows you to give us the location, the state of the road, and send us pictures of the road. Please click here to report a bad road.
- Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Chat with us on our live chat which you can find at the bottom of every page on our website.
- Visit our office, Call or WhatsApp us on our dedicated numbers. You can also send us a message. Click here to see our contact details.
FERMA was established to maintain Federal Roads across Nigeria.
To efficiently and effectively monitor and administer road maintenance with the objective of keeping all federal roads in good and safe conditions.
The Federal Roads Maintenance Agency’s (FERMA) Act is an enactment in 2002 by the National Assembly of the Federal Republic of Nigeria used in the establishment of the Agency and matters connected therewith as amended in 2007.
Road infrastructural maintenance is paid for from the annual subvention (Budget).
The Federal Government spends more on new roads.
There are about 36,000km of paved Federal road network.
Federal roads and bridges are designed by the Federal Ministry of Works in collaboration with designated consultants, and constructed by reputable contractors.
Solutions vary depending on the condition of the roads, extent of damage topography, soil condition and soil types.
When it comes to road maintenance, every Nigerian is a stakeholder who should be protective of our road and not abuse it e.g. cutting of roads, dumping of refuse on road sides and drains, vandalization of line drains, burning of tyres on the road.
Road maintenance is of great importance to the Nigeria economy as maintained roads creates ease of movement of goods and services from every length and breadth of the nation which invariably enhances and improves the economy directly.
The Nigerian Highways is relatively safe.
Approximately Thirty-two Million Naira per kilometer (N32,000,000.00) for rehabilitation on an average.
Road construction materials such as asphalt, concrete, aggregate, cement and so on. Road construction equipment like asphalt paver, roller, grader, asphalt cutters, etc.
There are jobs for engineer, technicians, craftsmen and road overseers with commensurate pay.
It will cost about One Hundred and Eighty Billion naira (N180,000,000,000.00) annually to maintain the Federal roads.
Nothing at the moment.
The Federal Government is, at the moment, the sole financier of the road infrastructure in Nigeria.
Nothing in Nigeria but in other climes, they pay road tax or road user charges.