Outering Road which is a dual carriageway that connects the cosmopolitan Nairobi city Central Business District to other regions is reported to pose great threat to motorists. The road is insecure to road users.
According to report by Ma3Route, the road lacks lighting systems along it's course. Street lights are not operational. This is causing alot of insecurity to pedestrians, cyclists, drivers and even street hawkers.
The lack of functioning street lights at Outering Road especially at the area connecting main Mombasa road and Thika Road is creating a conducive environment for smugglers and street urchins to robb ordinary Kenyans.
The issue of lack of lighting systems should be addressed appropriately by relevant authorities led by Kenya Urban Roads Authority and Kenya National Highway Authority. They should install solar panels or electric powered bulbs to provide light for the users of Outering Road. Failure to install the street lights can lead to more accidents being witnessed along Outering Road because the visibility is poor at night without lights along the road.
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