Motorists on Thika road are today facing a hard time. Congestion is streching past Roysambu with traffic police on the ground to establish possible solutions to the problem. Most Motorists link heavy congestions with accidents or police search but today's incident is different.
There existed morning drama at Globe roundabout where street families clashed with roadside businessmen and who had encroached into their side towards the small garden in the middle of the roundabout. Police involvement into the matter resulted to a sudden stop to the conflict. Heavy congestion had already been built up and there is a very slow move.
Passengers from as far as Pangani are being forced to walk to town as the vehicles movement is very slow. Any minor incident in the busy road results to a serious traffic build up in the Kenyas most developed Superhighway. Traffic police are trying to control traffic as the situation gets slowly resolved. They are resulting to advising drivers to consider using alternative routes in a bid meant to reduce the number of the highway users this morning.
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