Many people wonder the meanings of the above abbreviation on Kenyan roads.The A1 is a long road in Kenya connecting Tanzania and South Sudanese border.We are also have the A2 .It is a big road in Kenya extending from the Tanzanian border to the Ethiopian border.It's south end is Namanga while it's north side is Moyale .There is also the A3 road .This road is a long road extending from Thika to Somali border.It passes through Thika Garrisa,Dadaab,Liboi and many other big towns.The Thika super highway is a link of the A3.This roads helps many traders from all over the borders of Kenya to trade easily with one another.There is also another road known as the A4.This is a long road in Kenya extending from Gilgil Nakuru county to the Ethiopian border on eastside of Lake Turkana in Marsabit county.The section of Rumuruti -Maralal -Baragoi is considered the gateway to Samburu county.Those main roads are very important since they help in bulding union between the border countries.Thank you for reading my article.
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