The Forth Mainland Bridge is a proposed 38km long bridge by the Lagos State Government, connecting Lagos Island by the way of Lekki, Langbasa and Baiyeku towns and across Lagos Lagoon to Itamaga in Ikorodu. The proposed ring road will provide alternative traffic routes from Lekki to Ikorodu, Ikeja to Ajah, relieving the 3rd Mainland Bridge of its overstretched capacity. It is a 2 x 4 lane carriageway cross-sectional road with permission for BRT Lane and future road construction. The Bridge is expected to become the second longest in Africa, featuring 3 toll plazas, 9 interchanges, 4.5km Lagoon Bridge and an eco-friendly environment. The PPP method adopted is Design, Build, Finance, Operate, Maintain and Transfer – (DBFOMT) The six (6) stage process (from the publication of the EOI to the signing of the Concession Agreement) adopted by the Contracting Authority for the selection of a suitable concessionaire for delivery of the Project. The EOI (1st) and RfQ (2nd) stages have been concluded. A total of six (6) bidders were shortlisted to progress to the RfP (3rd) stage. The RfP Stage 1 required pre-qualified bidders to submit Preliminary Financial Bids in line with the terms of the RfP to ascertain their financial capabilities and assumptions to execute the construction and operation of the 4th Mainland Bridge. The RfP Stage 1 was published on 31st May 2021 with a revised deadline date set for 30th August 2021. Of the six (6) pre-qualified bidders from the previous stage, only three (3) preliminary financial bids were received as at the submission deadline. All studies and reports necessary for the furtherance of the Project to RfP Stage 2 were completed and the RfP Stage 2 bidding documents were issued to the three (3) shortlisted bidders on Tuesday, 30th August, 2022 and they are expected to respond on or before Monday, 24th October, 2022 and this stage will focus more on the technical capabilities of the bidders. Upon issuance of the bidding documents, a Pre-Bid Conference is expected to hold with the eligible Bidders two (2) weeks after to enable them address and clarify unresolved issues and concerns.