Motorists are to obey traffic regulations around the construction zone to avert gridlock.
The ongoing rehabilitation, involving all major roads, is to ensure a smooth ride during the festive season.
The Lagos-Badagry expressway is part of the projects the NNPC is funding under the Tax Credit Scheme among 21 roads selected nationwide.
The road section between Arepo and Warewa will be diverted to allow laying of asphalt on the under-construction highway.
Mr Fashola said trucks carrying cargoes exceeding 12 tonnes on federal highways constitute a menace to road users.
The federal government has announced the reopening of the Eko bridge, which had been under repairs.
The diversion on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway would begin on Wednesday July 28 and end on Friday 30 July.
Mr. Popoola had in a statement on Friday night announced a plan to partially close the Falomo Bridge for a six weeks rehabilitation work.
The bridge will be shut starting from Sunday 14th March 2021.
This closure is to allow the workers cast concrete on three additional expansion joints.