To help reduce traffic snarl up and facilitate quick movement of motorists within Kenya's capital city, the government of Kenya initiated the construction of a multimillion bus park terminal called the Green Park Terminal.
Relevant sources of information shows that, the Green Park Terminal which has been built and fully dusted to modern standards consumed a total of KSh 250 million.
According to report by Kenyans co.ke today, the Nairobi Metropolitan Services stated that the long awaited Green Park Terminal will be fully operational from 24th May, 2022. All the Public Service Vehicles (PSVs) plying Ngong'Road and Argwings Kodhek road will pick-up and drop passengers at the Green Park Terminal.
The Green Park Terminal will also extend it's services to Kibera, Rongai, Langata, Kawangware, Machakos, Dagoreti, and Kitengela. The public service vehicles that will be plying the designated routes will have to pay certain fee the be allowed to use the terminal.
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