The Bus Rapid Transport is scheduled to change the pattern of traffic in Nairobi city. From one affected by traffic congestion to one which flows continuously without any interruptions. The BRT is expected to be game changer and one which is highly waited by the people. The buses are scheduled to use the two inner lanes and now the construction of the stops nears completion.
The buses will only operate from specific stops named, marked and constructed as areas with previous existing footbridges.
A staircase is built to connect the road and bridge base with the footbridge on top and this is expected to be linkage. Passengers planning to use the modern buses will be expected to wait in the road reserves before using the footbridges to access the buses. In both sides of the road, passengers are expected to coordinate to avoid accidents in the narrow staircases. During peak hours passengers will be monitored by specific personnel employed to do the special roles.
The face of the major highway has greatly changed, with new color road markings and paintings. The groundbreaking ceremony to usher in the buses in the roads is expected to be anytime soon. The lanes are not only beautiful but attractive.
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