President Uhuru Kenyatta has today launched a mega project that is project to ease traffic along the city. The road project having cost the taxpayer a huge sum of money for it to be completed. Uhuru interacting with Locals Uhuru’s arrival was met with warm reception from locals who also turned up in large numbers to hear from the head of State whose term is slowly fading away in the next 9 days
In the country, cases of accidents have been reported and several innocent people including young children have lost their lives. These cases of accidents are caused by careless drivers who normally break traffic rules and regulations. According to the source, sad news has just emerged from Eastern Bypass.
Yesterday, several buildings along the Eastern Bypass were being demolished after they were found to be on land that belongs to road reserves and government machinery was at the scene tearing them down. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. Many structures were brought to the ground under heavy security presence to deter any marauders from the scene of the demolitions that went on throughout yesterday by the excavators that were at the scene.
The pub along Eastern bypass is build like a volcanic mountain. Along the Eastern bypass there is a towering gigantic structure that has set tongues wagging. It looks peculiar and ancient but also mesmerizing, leaving those who have not stepped in there wondering what it is. The one-storey edifice is a pub inside the AfroSayari park, a getaway sitting on a seven-acre piece of land.
Shell Petrol Station is one of the major dealers of energy located in Nairobi city. Shell Petrol Station is situated along Eastern Bypass opposite Kamakis area. The petrol station plays a key role in liberating the economy of the country. It has provided job opportunities to many residents of Nairobi and Kenya in general.
On Sunday, the a section of Mombasa Road at Cabana Flyover witnessed a rare scene after a plane got stuck in the flyover due to height problems. The plane was removed and rerouted to Eastern Bypass where until today,it is still stuck. This appears to be the case of logistical problems.
Most of the residents of Kenya's capital city and a regional headquarter of international associations, Nairobi city rely on buses for transportation services. Some buses that operate are in Nairobi city are mainly managed by Savings And Credit Corporative Societies (SACCO's). The SACCO's have the mandate to employ drivers that operate their buses.
Kenya Power, the country's energy distributor, would like to remind its valued customers that the areas listed below will be under maintenance on Tuesday, March 8, 2022. NAIROBI COUNTY In the city, from 9.00 a.m. till 5.00 p.m., Parts of Eastern Bypass, Ruai Tuskys Supermarket, Triple O Hotel, Bakri Petrol Station, Fahari Hotel, Komarock Medical Services Hospital, St. Bhakita Hospital, Oil Libya Petrol Station, Benedicta Hospital, Parts of Mihango Estate, Utawala Shopping Centre, Kinka Estate, Parts of Githunguri Road, Maji ya Ngilu, Tamarind Estate, Zebra Est, MC Estate and adjacent customers will be in the dark.
Accidents on the Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government unsure of what to do in order to mitigate this scourge that has bedeviled our nation in the past few months given the frequency in occurrence. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration.
Photo; courtesy Traffic jam has become a serious problem in Nairobi especially during this time of the construction of Nairobi Expressway. Government statistics indicates that the country loses millions of shillings every year as productive time is wasted on our roads due to heavy traffic jam. The government has rolled out different infrastructural projects aimed at solving this menace that has seen many motorists stranded on our roads for hours.
Cases of accidents continue to rise in the country even when the government has put up spirited fight to reduce the cases blamed on overspeeding, drunk driving and other traffic related offences by vigorous car inspections meant to weed out from the roads, non compliant vehicles and rogue drivers.
Traffic jams on the major Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government doing all it can reduce the frequency with which these jams happen. Picture courtesy. They lead to a lot of downtime as well as many people arriving to work or home very late which is not good socially as well as economically.
A grisly accident has been reported today morning after two trucks were involved in a head-on collision. The FH lorry reportedly hit another transit truck along Eastern Bypass at Trinity industrial area park exit. The FH lorry driver reportedly lost control of it after trying to overtake without success.
Nairobi City still suffers from the problem of traffic jam. Government has been expanding roads and even building new ones to help solve this problem. For example Nairobi Expressway is expected to greatly solve this problem by acting as alternative route for motorists. News just indicates that Eastern Bypass has come to a slow stop as heavy traffic jam is being experienced.
Motorists after have been complaining about the construction ongoing at Eastern Bypass. The motorists claim that contractor has been been changing lanes. Eastern Bypass is undergoing expansion into a dual carriage to easy traffic on Mombasa road. Today at around 3am Kamemes pastor Ben alias muthee kiengei,while driving yo workplace, hit a road partitioning stone that had been placed to warn motorists over the closure of lane.
Yesterday,traffic was brought to a standstill along Mombasa Road as an old aeroplane being transported via the road got stuck in the middle of the busy highway at Cabanas flyover. The height of the plane could not allow it to pass through the underpass and when the lorry ferrying it came through the flyover,they were stuck.
A building in Ruiru, Kiambu county, collapses on Wednesday morning, 18th May. Several tenants who were occupying one side of the building are trapped in the rubble. Fire fighting first respondent team reported at the scene for rescue operations. So far two people are confirmed dead.
Several structures along the Eastern Bypass were demolished yesterday after they were discovered to be on road reserve land, and government machinery was on the scene ripping them down. Many structures were brought to the ground under strong security to keep marauders away from the scene of the demolitions that took place all day yesterday by the excavators there.
Through a public notice issued on Tuesday, March 1, KURA stated the section of that road will be closed for a period of two months running from Thursday, March 3 to Tuesday, May 3. The closure will pave way for the bridge construction and dualling of the Eastern Bypass.
A fatal accident has occurred today at the Eastern Bypass involving an FH Lorry and a transit lorry at the trinity industrial park exit. Photo courtesy, used for evidence. These two transit trucks have hit was other head on head causing maximum destruction and loss of property.