Along The Nairobi National Park a great infrastructure development is going on. A great road network that half the country don't know that it exist. It was recently constructed by President Uhuru Kenyatta's government to ease traffic from the Inland Depot and Mombasa road.
A robust infrastructure providing alternative route along Mombasa road.
Under president Uhuru Kenyatta's regime the country has seen a massive development of roads across the country. Nairobi City has been the major beneficiary of this development. Apart from the Nairobi Expressway which is well publicized, this road that passes along Nairobi national park is a masterpiece on it's own.
Travellers using this road will have the opportunity to witness the beauty of the Nairobi national park while on transit. A good tourism destination.
Constructing a road that cuts across a National Park is not something to be proud of. That is encroaching into the wildlife community, it encourages human-wildlife conflict and destroys the ecosystem in the long run. But the nice thing about this road is it has been constructed along the boundaries of the national.
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