The construction work on Meru Nairobi highway is entering the final phase. The contractor is working on the final stretch of the road and the results are evident. The section from Kenol to Kambiti is now working and drivers have expressed excitement over the amount of time used to travel through this section which was earlier congested and used to consume long time. Drivers are comparing the new section in use with the Thika Superhighway.
Motorists have also expressed their happiness that the completion of the road will not only reduce accidents significantly but also promote good road use. The road is now a dual carriage way and giving drivers an easy time. Growth is expected from the agricultural base which favours the economic setup of the people living in the counties which cover this area where the road pass.
The number of road users is also set to increase significantly as efficiency will be achieved. Places around this section of the road will also grow. Domant towns such as Gakungu, Kambiti and Kwa Samaki will also develop as the road is set to increase the population in this areas
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