Kenyans have sharply reacted after photos of the current state of the Nairobi Expressway emerges. In a statement released by Ma3Route through Facebook page, Toll stations on the Nairobi Expressway where drivers will pay between Kshs 100 and Kshs 1550 per distance traveled and the vehicle size are almost complete.
Therefore for those who don't know more about Nairobi Expressway, China Road and Bridge Corporation was tendered to build about 27.1 kilometres double decker highway. According the report shared it was privately sourced. Therefore company will recover the funds through toll charges by its subsidiary. Therefore it will operate for nearly 30 years.
More interestingly, motorists will have the option to use the Nairobi Expressway in order to avoid heavy traffic jams for a toll fees depending on the distance covered and the size of the motorist.
According to the report that was shared by the contractor early September, 2021. Several Kenyans are expected to get employed as toll attendants and two senior accountants are also likely to Kenyans. Impressively the Nairobi Expressway is likely to be launched on March this year.
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