Inorder to pave way for the construction of Nairobi Expressway,the Kenyan government undertook a rigorous process of building footbridges from where the expressway will be passing. One such bridge that was built was the GM footbridge that has now raised concern among Kenyans.
GM footbridge: Photo courtesy/Ma3Route.
According to a tweet shared by Ma3Route in their Twitter account,it is reported that the bridge is reporting very huge human traffic and the scaffolding being used to access the footbridge is shaking.
"I wonder whether @KeNHA Kenya had anticipated the high number of human traffic at the new GM footbridge. The scaffolding being used to access is shaking like a feeble.
The bridge was built with a staggering amount of Kshs 185 million and was part of the plan to ensure pedestrian safety when the Nairobi Expressway which expected to be completed by April 2022 takes effect.
Other places where there is a footbridge is Thika Super Highway which is a very busy road. KeNHA should look into the question raised early enough to avoid wastages.
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