CS Kipchumba who toured the existing railway facilities in Nairobi ahead of the ground-breaking ceremony of the new Nairobi Railway City appreciated the need for having better investment in rail real estate that can create alternative revenue for Kenya Railways.
Prof. Kipchumba said that the ultra-modern Nairobi Railway City will sit on a 425-acre piece of land located between Haile Selassie Avenue, Uhuru Highway, Bunyala road and Landhies road.
Murkomen added that revamping of Kenya's rail infrastructure is critical in making rail transport competitive, more efficient and reliable. This new move by the government is a big win for the residents of Nairobi and many people across Kenya.
Revamping of the rail system in Nairobi will create more employment opportunities. In addition, it will help in decongesting Nairobi city.
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