A lot of infrastructural development have been witnessed in Kenya since president Uhuru Kenyatta assumed the office of presidency for a second term in 2017. Many roads connecting different regions have been constructed in the country. Thanks to the government of Kenya because these roads play a vital role in liberating Kenya's economy by promoting transportation of people and goods in the country. This article discusses Kenol-Marua Dual Carriageway in Kenya.
The contract for constructing Kenol-Marua Dual Carriageway was awarded to a Chinese based construction company called Jiangxi Transportation Engineering Group by KeNHA (Kenya National Highway Authority).
The Kenol-Marua road project is one of the government's agenda to achieve the vision 2030 goals. Kenol-Marua Dual Carriageway project is located along the A2 road. The carriageway begins at approximately 16 kilometers north of Thika town and terminates at about 15 kilometers southeastern part of the busy market of Nyeri town.
The Kenol-Marua Dual Carriageway project will be completed in June 2022. Upon completion, the road will form part of the great Cairo-Cape town highway and will connect the northern corridor of Kenya from Nairobi city to the Lapsset corridor in Isiolo town.
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