The Mombasa road has remained the most congested in the city ever since the construction of the Expressway began. Motorists have lamented using the road especially during the peak hours when they are forced to remain in traffic for several hours. Intervention from the ministry of transport will see an improvement in coming days with things expected to go back to normal soon.
Though several Saccos had exited the route normality will soon attained with either new entrants or resumption of services by those who had left. The ministry of transport is seeking to order total reopening of all the lanes in and out of Nairobi during the peak hours. This will be the morning hours and the late evening hours. This will easien the burden that motorists had to carry for waiting for long hours. If the move is implemented as first suggested by CS Macharia, things will be back to normal in a week's time.
This will make the contractor reschedule his working plan with more work scheduled to be done during the day and night when traffic is low. Drivers are urged to remain vigilant as the ministry do consultations to see it happen.
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