The development of the Green Park project has been underway since 2020 and it will soon be good news to Kenyans, especially those from Nairobi as the government had confirm that the Green Park Terminus, inside the Nairobi Metropolitan Service construction is yet to be completed. The Termini was suggested with the aim to reduce the congestion near the Nairobi CBD. That is, it will act as the new pick-up and drop-off point for the matatus operating along Ngong, Lang'ata routes.
The construction of the Terminus started around October 2020 and its progress isn't bad at all. The reports shows that its progress is 98% underway as the environment is being boosted by necessary needs that will suit both the passengers and the matatu drivers.
Good news is that the green park will constitute things like dispensary, restaurants, police station, lighting from solar energy and even the garden beds around. With these, the passengers and matatu drivers health and security is all catered for. This will be a great development to both the people and the government.
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