The construction of the Kenol Marua Dual Carriageway has been ongoing for a long time now. The results of the work is a beautiful road snaking round the Kakuzi hills through the slopes of mount Kenya to Marua in Nyeri county. The road has transformed the region to a wonderful scenic view.
"President Uhuru's Legacy" See Photos Of Sh16 Billion Kenol-Marua Dual Carriageway As It Takes Shape
A lot of infrastructural development have been witnessed in Kenya since president Uhuru Kenyatta assumed the office of presidency for a second term in 2017. Many roads connecting different regions have been constructed in the country. Thanks to the government of Kenya because these roads play a vital role in liberating Kenya's economy by promoting transportation of people and goods in the country.
The expansion works for the Kenol Marua Dual Carriageway has entered a new face. The completion phase has made the road look like the most established highways in the country. It's face can only be likened to the service lanes of the Superhighway. Traffic flow is also uninterrupted with each climbing lane witnessing an extra lane for that purpose.
A dual carriageway is a road which usually has two lanes of traffic travelling in each direction with a strip of grass or concrete down the middle to separate the two lots of traffic. Roads with two or more carriageways are designed to higher standards with controlled access are generally classed as motorways, freeways, etc., rather than dual carriageways.
It has emerged that president Uhuru Kenyatta has been inspecting different projects in his Mount Kenya backyard privately. This has been disclosed by the Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Roads, Housing project and Urban Development. According to James Macharia, the president has been looking forward to completion of different projects that will be his final legacy to his people around the central Kenya region.