“Government is concerned with the recklessness of motorcyclists on restricted routes. It has, therefore, become necessary to help them by saving their own lives and those of other road users.

“Government will not fold its arms and allow motorcyclists create chaos for other road users on prohibited routes,” Jejeloye reportedly said.

Moliki said that the operation had become imperative for government to prevent increase in the crimes perpetrated by motorcyclists within the metropolis, particularly in prohibited routes.

He said that the agency would continue the clamp down on recalcitrant motorcyclists plying restricted routes in order to ensure security of lives and property.

Moliki, however, called for the support of the people of the state, saying that they should desist from boarding motorcycles in prohibited areas.

According to him, the traffic law is in the best interest of all.