Kenyans have expressed their zeal and anxiety to use the Nairobi Expressway after it was opened to the general public although the users have to pay some money.
The 27.1 Km road starts from Mlolongo passing through JKIA and Nairobi CBD to the James Gichuru junction along Waiyaki way.
The use of the Nairobi Expressway road comes a time when it was commissioned for trials by the Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia.
The opening of the Nairobi Expressway road is aimed at curbing Traffic Jam in Nairobi City.
Kenyans were excited this morning to use the Nairobi Expressway in a bid to evade traffic congestion in Nairobi CBD but they were dealt with a huge blow after experiencing traffic Jam in the road despite paying some money in order to use the road.
Most of the expressway users are paying by cash and there is only one paying booth dedicated for cash clients hence unnecessary queue is created at the exit.
Kenyans on social media have expressed mixed reactions after traffic jam was witnessed on the expressway as they have hinted that the problem it was aimed at solving, it has not yet solved.
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