Nairobians have been complaining of messy means of transport with complains of jam in the road being reported.During this lockdown comutters have been forced to go to stages as early as 5pm to wait for vehicles.Long ques have been witnessed in many stage with complains of overstaying.
On Monday evening the situation has been worse with long lines being experienced after curfew.Most of the road have been reported to be totally not moving. Most passangers are stranded in vehicles well others are in stage waiting for matatus to arrive.Mombasa road has been said to be extra mess with overlapping being the main cause.
The traffic base has urged Kenyans to be patient and to obey traffic rules so as to ease the jam.Committees have continued to urge the government to lift the lockdown citing increase in fares and few matatu's operating hours before curfew. What do you think can be done to help ease traffic in Kenyan roads. Leave a comment.
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