According to the reports given by the Kenya National Highway Authority, it has been revealed that Langata road will be closed on Sunday. Photo :Courtesy In a Twitter post that has been shared by the Kenya National Highway Authority, it has been revealed that Langata road will be closed from 5am to Pm due to the fact that the government will be erecting Langata barracks footbridge.
BREAKING:Avoid Lang'ata Road, See What's Currently Happening Affecting Both Motorists AndPedestrians
Photo courtesy Kenya National highway Authority has announced 12 hour closure of a section of Lang'ata road that is scheduled to kick off today hence partially affecting both pedestrians and Motorists. During that time traffic congestion will be experienced along that busy highway as alternative ways announced to curb that situation.
Kenya National Highway Authority Reacts to the Accident That Left Scores Injured Along Nairobi Expressway
The Kenya National Highway Authority has called upon kenyans to make sure they stay vigilant while driving in different roads all over the country after an accident that occured along the busy the newly constructed Nairobi expressway. Photo :Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the accident occurred the driver of the Psv allegedly lost control of the vehicle before ramming on the a Prado that had been parked beside the road.
Incidents of protests 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 roads. Picture courtesy. Whenever citizens feel aggrieved, they take it out on the roads and thereby causing destruction of public property by setting the roads on fire through lighting of tyres and other things that they find.
The Ruaka Bypass which is part of the multimillion Nairobi-Western bypass project is located in Kiambu county. The main aim of constructing the bypass is to reduce traffic congestion in Nairobi city. The bypass which is projected to be completed before end of 2022 will greatly improve the economic productivity of central part of Kenya and other neighbouring counties.
Incidents of protestors blocking major Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government urging people to abstain from such activities that lead to loss or down time for the many people who depend on the roads for transportation. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene.
Dongo Kundu bypass, Mombasa. Dongo Kundu bypass in Mombasa is the most expensive road in Kenya having cost Kshs2.7 billion per kilometre. The nine-kilometre stretch is being constructed at a total cost of Kshs24 billion. Nairobi Western Bypass Meant to complete the ring of bypasses around the city, with the Northern and Eastern also in line to be dualled, the costliest road per kilometre is the proposed Western Bypass.
A ghastly accident has been reported at Isinya along Namanga road after a head-on collision earlier today morning involving a probox and a truck. Several people are feared injured in the accident but no fatalities were confirmed. The cause of the accident was not established immediately but it is believed that the probox was on high speed and trying to overtake when it was involved in head-on collision with the oncoming truck.
Road accidents have become a common problem in the state, as many motorists and road users have been affected by different carnages happening on Kenyan roads. On the latest one is that of an oil tanker which rolled at Jogoo centre, few kilometres to Mau Summit. The cause of the accident has been revealed.
Many Kenyans have lost money on social media to fraudsters who pretend to offer job opportunities. Recent reports, The Kenya National Highway Authority KeNHA has warned against some people who are circulating false information about employment offers. According to reports, the fake information States that the firm is recruiting Project Manager's position who will be paid ksh 142,000 on a three years agreement.
The CCTV footage of the vehicle that was over speeding before ramming into other vehicles has emerged. According to the footage, the double cabin pick-up was being driven at a very high speed before losing control and rammed into several vehicles and a toll both at the Expressway Mulolongo Exit.
Nairobi residents living near Langata and Mombasa highways may expect heavy traffic congestion on their commute home on Monday, June 6th, according to the Kenya National Highway Authority (KeNHA). The event held by Azimio One Kenya, where presidential flagbearer Raila Odinga is due to deliver his manifesto, may cause traffic congestion outside Nyayo Stadium, according to KeNHA.
A statement released by the expressway company, on 26th June 2022 during night hours states that a motorist crashed into the toll plaza and ran over vehicles being cleared for the exit. Among the casualties was one of the staff and other motorists who were rushed to the hospital for treatment.
Kenya National Highway Releases a Statement After An Accident Involving Tanker on Thika Superhighway
The Kenya National Highway Authority has expressed its concerns over an accident that allegedly occured along the busy Thika Superhighway involving a Tanker that allegedly overturned after getting into an accident. Photo :Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the driver of the tanker which was Ferrying petrol allegedly overturned after which it allegedly spilled fuel along the same road.
A grissly accident occured on a section of the Nairobi Express way at the Mlolongo Toll station killing one person while leaving scores with serious injuries. The accident occured on the evening of Saturday June 25,2022.The accident involved multiple vehicles collisions which caused a vehicle to ramm on one of the toll booths also injuring a toll booth attendant in the process.
Tragic Road accident has occurred at the Nairobi Expressway Mlolongo Toll Station involving a motorist who was driving at high speed approaching the exit. One person has been confirmed dead while other sustained sever injuries. Photo courtesy, image used for evidence and illustration only. Motorist are advised to avoid overspeeding, careless driving and be cautious while on the road.
The newly constructed Nairobi Expressway experienced its first accident after several cars crashed at the Mlolongo Toll exit on June 25th Saturday night. According to the sources, the accident occurred when an overspeeding vehicle hit other vehicles that were waiting to be cleared at the toll station. [News source]
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.
A 14-seater Matatu was involved in another accident along Kenol Road, barely a day after a very serious collision involving a Modern Coast Express Limited bus was recorded. There is, however, little information available regarding the accident that occurred this morning. Although the accident's cause has not yet been determined, the scene is utterly disorganized.
Protestors have been blocking key Kenyan highways in recent months, prompting the government to urge citizens to refrain from engaging in such activities, which cause loss or downtime for the many people who rely on the roadways for transit. These incidents are becoming increasingly common as individuals vent their displeasure on motorists who are unaffected by whatever ailment the protesting Kenyans are experiencing.