"Inspecting the ongoing construction of the 17Km western bypass road and its service lanes in Kiambu county.The main road is over 85% complete and it is expected to be commissioned by December 2021,the service lanes are scheduled to be completed by June 2022" transport cabinet secretary James Macharia tweet.
In a statement sent to media houses, transport cabinet secretary James Macharia said that the government shall continue to encourage the compliance of ministry of health protocols while on board.
Macharia was speaking while he was inspecting the ongoing construction of western bypass road and its service lane in Kiambu county.The road is eighty five percent complete which is part of the larger ring road network plan that will help to decongest traffic from western and mount Kenya regions into Nairobi city.
The road is expected to be commissioned by December as the service lanes are scheduled to be completed by June next year.
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