The economy of the country, Kenya is day by day growing impressively due to the ongoing development of key infrastructures that ensures faster movement of good's and services i.e. roads, railway lines, transit ways.
As a result, Kenya is now putting itself on the global map after developing a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) that will go ahead in solving the long traffic menace in Nairobi City roads.
From the pictures shared by Wanjiru L Kimemia on her Facebook podcast, the BRT stations are seen to be taking shape along Thika Road which is a clear indication that the high capacity electric transit buses will soon be onto our roads.
The electric express buses will be dropping and picking passengers at designated BRT stations located in various places.
The BRT are designed such away that passengers can easily exit and enter the buses through the footbridges.
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