Kenyans have raised alarm over the absence of a pedestrian footbridge between Allpack, Mlolongo and Gateway Mall. According to the information shared, Kenyans wondered how residents of Syokimau will cross to the other side of the road with missing Footbridge with expectant mothers reportedly forced to duck through the traffic. With the ongoing construction work,Kenyans have now reminded the government to think of a pedestrian footbridge on this spot.
"On Mombasa Road,this is the time to think about a pedestrian Footbridge between Allpack/Mlolongo and KAPA/Gateway Mall,not wait and put one up as an afterthought when the road is completed." Ma3Route shared.
While reacting,Kenyans noted the dire need for the footbridge at this spot. Kenyans noted that the only Footbridge on this road is the one that is coming up next to Mulleys Mlolongo.
Footbridges are very essential especially on busy roads like Mombasa Road. The government through Kenya National Highways Authority, KeNHA should consider this plight of Kenyans. It is very dangerous to cross to a busy Highway like Mombasa road.
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