Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) is set to conduct a test run of the new Green Park Terminus tomorrow Tuesday 27th April, 2021, to enable all stakeholders assess their level of preparedness ahead of its official commissioning.
All PSVs from Nairobi Railway Station stage will do a test run of dropping passengers at the newly constructed Green Park Terminal (former Lunar Park) on Tuesday, between 6:00am and 9:00am
According to a statement by Nairobi Metropolitan Services, normal PSV pick-up and drop-off operations will continue from the Nairobi Railway Station frontage until further notice.
Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) spent Sh1.47 billion on building walkways and bicycle lanes in its non-motorised transport programme that seeks to encourage walking and cycling.
Earlier this month High Court extended orders barring Nairobi County from increasing parking fees; Judge directs NMS be enjoined in the case as an Interested Party.
Nairobi residents and those enters Nairobi for business purposes are advised to follow rules and regulations to avoid misconvinience
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