Lagos roads are virtually free Tuesday morning, following fuel scarcity that is currently battling the metropolis and other parts of the country.

Motorists queued at petrol stations while commuters were stranded at various bus stops, waiting endlessly for few buses that plied the roads.
The always busy Third Mainland Bridge was free. 

However, there were slight traffic in some areas where petrol were being sold as vehicles queued to cause obstruction.

Transport fares had increased by 100 per cent. Most petrol stations did not sell. While some were hoarding the fuel, some of the attendants said that the gasoline was not available.