The construction of 27 km Nairobi Expressway along Mombasa Road is currently ongoing. The expressway will link JKIA and Nairobi-Nakuru highway. The project is funded through public private partnership and will cost Ksh 62.2 billon and users are expected to pay between ksh 6 to ksh 10 per kilometer depending on the size of the vehicle to use the expressway. The only vehicles excepted to pay are the ambulances, police and military. The Chinese firm will operate the expressway for 27 years before handing it over to the Kenyan government.
The construction of the expressway has created traffic jam along the Mombasa road and one is able to see the fine details underlying within the project.One of the concerns is a footbridge on the path of the expressway. Well Kenyan will never fail to disappoint and have started asking questions on what will happen to both the footbridge and it's users.
Kenyans on facebook are asking 'engineers' what will happen to the footbridge and here is one funny response
Well what do think will happen to the footbridge? share your views
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