The matatu and boda boda industries provides employment and source of livelihood to millions of Kenyans and even beyond. Operations have been quite easier due to low expenses and taxes levied upon them by city councils.
Parking is a common thing with this business. Motorists are humans and need to rest. These mobile machines also suffer mechanical breakdowns and may be parked for servicing. Normally, a flat rate of Kenya Shillings 200 has always been charged irregardless of the time for which one parks.
Motorists will be walloped in the face if an hourly parking fee policy proposal will be implemented. According to a post by standard media on facebook, motorists will soon start paying for parking fees hourly if a proposed policy by City Hall is implemented.
They will be charged between Ksh 75 - 100 per hour for parking within the CBD. The proposed policy seeks to do away with the flat rate.
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