|Photo Courtesy Of A Toll Station Erected Along The Nairobi Expressway|
The Nairobi Expressway which is sketching between Mlolongo and Westlands is now at it's final stages of construction. The expressway is now estimated to be above 90% complete and as promised by President Uhuru Kenyatta, motorists will have started using the modern way by the end of the next two months.
From the pictures shared by Sir Derrick Ohato on his Twitter podcast, the toll station's where motorists will be receiving receipts showing the payment for the use of the way is now seen to be taking new shapes.
To use the expressway, it has also emerged that the motorist's will be prompted to pay Ksh. 100 and Ksh. 1500 depending on the distance travelled or the size of the vehicle using the way. The vehicles will be making stop overs on the various toll station's that have been erected along the expressway.
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