According to a press release dated Tuesday, October 19 2021, Kenya National Highways Authority has announced that they will charge motorists who will use Expressway during the pilot test. KeNHA has stated that it's implementation team is thereby constructing an operation and monitoring centre that will assist in management and maintenance of the highway.
Pavements in the streets refers to walkways through which pedestrians walk on besides the main tarmac road. They are always constructed to reduce congestion on the main tarmac road as well as accidents that might arise as a result of pedestrians walking on the main road. According to Kenya National Highway Authority (KeNHA), these walkways should be constructed next to the main road and parallel to it in all the busy streets to enhance successful flow and movement of people and vehicles.
The late Engineer Andrew Kiptoon was today laid to rest at his rural home in Baringo North Sub-county, Baringo .The former member of parliament for Baringo North passed on last week while undergoing treatment at Nakuru referral hospital. Several leaders joined the family and local residents to pay tribute to the fallen hero whose works can still be seen to date.
On the morning of Monday, October 18, motorists plying the busy Mombasa Road were subjected to massive traffic jam which lasted for several hours. The traffic affected the stretch between General Motors and the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) after a footbridge was recently demolished to pave way for the construction of the Nairobi Expressway.
Motorists entering or leaving Nairobi towards Western side have to persevere up to end of this month when more sections of Nairobi Expressway will be opened to ease traffic jams. The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) announced in a notice that it will open the closed sections of the Nairobi Expressway from Westlands to James Gichuru Road on October 30, 2021 .
Motorists are always advised to be extra careful on the highways to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed on a daily basis. Picture Courtesy. Image from scene. Adherence to traffic rules as well as driving within the required speeds will be the difference between life and death on our roads.
User The ongoing construction of the Sh17.9 billion Lamu Port South Sudan Ethiopia Transport (Lapsset) Corrido Project access roads construction is currently at 20 percent complete. In April this year, the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) signed the Sh 17.9 billion deal with a Chinese firm-M/S China Communications Construction Company Limited, paving way for the construction of the 453-kilometre Lamu Port (Lapsset) Development Road project network which is estimated to take 24 months.
The Road is less than 30 percent complete yet it has spent already over Sh600 million with a pending bill through certificate of payment of over Sh400 million. The Road belongs to the Kenya National Highway Authority ( KENHA) as stipulated in the Roads Act 2007. All class A, B and C categories are under KENHA says Human Rights Activist Nyukuri Barasa.
KENHA poured sand in the middle of the road in Githurai which was to help in construction of some gabions at the Githurai Market last evening. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. Oblivious to this development, a driver of a Toyota Passo, hit the sand and his vehicle flew into some metal guard rails that proved to be the end of his life.
With Kenyans waiting patiently for the completion of the construction of the Nairobi Expressway, more and more inconveniences seem to be cropping up. The project that was expected to be completed by end of this year has already seen a large percentage of the works done. This evening another advisory has been issued by the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) regarding the possibility of delays due to traffic congestion.
The Kenya National Highway Authority (KeNHA) on October 11 demolished the old footbridge at General Motors (GM) along Mombasa Road. In a press release, the authority advised the public to use the newly constructed footbridge. Motorists were also advised to expect traffic congestion at the GM area as the demolition of the old footbridge continues.
Motorists plying the busy Mombasa Road were on the morning of Monday, October 18, subjected to massive traffic jam which lasted for several hours. The traffic affected the stretch between General Motors and the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) after a footbridge was recently demolished to pave way for the construction of the Nairobi Expressway.
An Israel Contractor under the SBI construction companies had moved to court to seek payment of arrears and dues have not been paid. According to High Court Judge Mativo, KeNHA will have to pay the contractor an amount to the time of Ksh 1.3billion for terminating his contract.
Photo courtesy Road sign are being placed along roads whether marram or tarmac. The road sign always communicate some language to both pedestrian and drivers. They also help reduce accidents on busy road because when the drivers and pedestrian spot them, they are able to know what they are required to do.
Bevaryne Kwamboka, who is a Kenyatta University student and juggles between studies and chips business says that she begun her business during lockdown using Fuliza money. According to Bevaryne, they were in the house with her sister and they did not have any source of income. The situation forced them to start the chips business.
The Kenya National Highways Authority(KENHA) on Friday, October 15, issued a traffic advisory for motorists ahead of the Mashujaa day celebrations. In preparation for the celebrations which will be held at Wang’uru stadium in Kirinyaga on Wednesday,October 20, KENHA has issued a notice on the routes motorists are advised to use.
KeNHA Responds To Heavy Mombasa Road Traffic Jam That Left Most Users Lamenting During Morning Hours
Motorists plying the busy Mombasa Road were on the morning of Monday, October 18, exposed to huge traffic jam which went on for several hours. The traffic affected the stretch between General Motors and the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) after a footbridge was as of late demolished to pave way for the construction of the Nairobi Expressway.
Kenya Roads Authority (KENHA)Announces Measures to Ease Traffic Congestion In The Some Areas In Nairobi
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has announced further measures to ease traffic congestion along the Nairobi Expressway course. In a public notice issued on Monday, the highways regulator says it has opened up sections of the Expressway to traffic to pave way for restoration works along the existing highway.This to incorporate the part along Imara Daima to Isuzu East Africa (General Motors/GM) and the segment along Airtel central command.
Viral chips vendor Kwamboka has sent an emotional message to the government over the plans of wanting to evict her from where he is selling her chips.The chips who left netizens react about her dress code last week, she got help from nominated senator Millicent Omanga after she went viral on internet.picture courtesy
It is a big relief for motorists after Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) allowed some sections of the completed Nairobi Expressway to be in use. In a press release on Monday, September 20, KENHA stated that there was great progress realised daily as completion is on sight.