Commuters using Mombasa road have something to smile after Kenha recent move. Congestion will slowly be phased out with reopening of the closed sections of the road. This move follows several months of public outcry for the authority to intervene and help in working out on a plan aimed at decongestion the main highway. This is coming at a time when the construction of rhe expressway has hit 75 percent complete.
According to a notice issued by the authority the reoping will start mid next week and will continue until mid October. Indicated details show that the section between Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) and Mlolongo and Westlands to James Gichuru Roads will be opened on September 30.
This will be followed by the second phase the next day. The closed section between Haile Selassie and the university of Nairobi Roundabout will be opened the next day on October first.
The Mega Nairobi Expressway project is a long (elevated 27km) four lane road, the road is connecting JKIA to the Nakuru Highway and is a private public partnership deal which will see commuters pay a levy to use it. Kenha has continued to advocate for good road use.
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