Photo|Courtesy The Kenya National Highways Authority(KeNHA) had earlier announced that the service lane along Thika road at Ruiru Toll station will the closed on Sunday until 2pm. This is majorly to allow for planned restoration. KeNHA gave out a statement that motorists have been notified of the temporary closure of the service lane at the Ruiru Toll station next to St Teresa's of Avila Catholic Church for works planned as from 8am to 2pm on Sunday. However, this is not supposed to affect traffic flow at the
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has announced that section of the Thika Super Highway will be temporarily closed to motorist on Sunday, April 18th. The temporary closure will allow for road works to be carried out in the service lane at Ruiru toll station next to St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church between 8:00am to 2:00pm. Flow of traffic on that section will not be affected says the authority. Motorists are further urged to exercise caution and patience while driving through that road section
In the past few years their have been a lot of changes in the road sectors.The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has announced the demolition of several high-value buildings to clear route for the 12 billion Meru dual carriage road.
PHOTOS: Kenyans React After Photos Of Mega Massive Road Project Linking Kenya and South Sudan Emerge
South Sudan and Kenya are great neighbours and good trading partners.South Sudan is a landlocked country and relies on Kenya for her shipments from the port of Mombasa.
The Government will burn through Sh25 billion on the development of two significant streets in Lamu County.Extending 250 kilometers, the two streets are required to interface the Lamu port with zones like the southern piece of Ethiopia.Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) said 15km piece of the street will cover Hindi to Kiunga while the leftover 100km will be from Ijara to Hulugho in Garissa County.
Nairobi Expressway is set to a complete game changer of the current congestion of Nairobi Central Business District (CBD).
The Kenya National Highways Authority(Kenha) in August 2017 set its sights on expanding the 26 kilometre stretch between James Gichuru and Rironi of Waiyaki Way.The stretch is divided into 3 lots,one from James Gichuru to Uthiru,one from Uthiru to Zambezi and finally the one from Zambezi to Rironi.Below is one
Commuters along the busy Uhuru Highway are reminded to brace for tough times this coming week.This is after the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) declared traffic interruptions on the bustling Uhuru High Way between Bunyala and Nyayo Stadium traffic circles that will keep going for 20 days.
KENHA On The Spot Over Funny Road Markings Confusing Drivers At Gilgil.(Photo) Sunday, 4th April 2021, Nairobi Kenya.
Kenyans are being treated to another Mega Project in Nairobi, financed and built by the Chinese company, China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC).This JKIA-Westlands Expressway will link the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to the Nairobi-Nakuru Highway and is set to cover about Kshs.
Newly constructed metal and concrete structures along the roads in Kenya are usually a prime target for people who wish to make easy money.
The proposed Kericho-Kisumu interchange which is currently under construction at Kericho-Kisumu road junction.The national government has embarked on implementation of the long stalled project of Kericho-Kisumu interchange at Kericho county.The project has officially began on the new month of March 2021 after along waiting.
LAPSSET Implementation Agencies Are Undertaking An Inspection Of Road Maintenance Work In N. Eastern
The Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia-Transport (LAPSSET) corridor project is a transport and infrastructure project in Kenya.When completed it will be the second transport corridor in Kenya the other being Mombasa-Uganda transport corridor that passes through Nairobi.
Aerial view of Nairobi Western Bypass Highway four-ring structure. Kenya is one of the fastest growing country in Africa due to the highest investments in which the East African country has been making in the recent times. The country has highy invested in the infrastructure sector development which are enhancing huge transformations by promoting several economic activities. Kenya is currently implementing many development projects especially in the infrastructure sector. The East African country is undoubtedly
Nairobi Express Way construction is ongoing and it is 35% complete.The highway will be of great importance because it will ease traffic in city.Mwai Kibaki left us with Thika Super Highway and H.E Uhuru Kenyatta will leave us with Nairobi Expressway.
Dongo Kundu bypass in Mombasa Mombasa Southern Bypass which is mostly known as the Dongo Kundu Bypass is the most expensive road in Kenya. The highway is set to cost Kenyan taxpayers a whooping Sh48 billion to its completion. The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) report disclosed that the project is costing up to Sh2.7 billion per kilometre. The highway is a six-lane dual carriageway that covers about 17.1 kilometres long connecting Mombasa mainland with Likoni, Mombasa Port and Moi International Airport.
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) on Friday, April 02, 2021 issued a notice of closure of the service lane at the Ruiru Toll Station next to St Teresas of Avila Catholic Church temporarily closed for planned works on Sunday, April 04, 2021.
The Nairobi express way which was launched by the Kenya government in the year 2020 has continued taking shape after the recent pictures online.
The Kenyan government through the Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) and Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA), has implemented the four major bypasses within the Nairobi Metropolitan Area to help in decongesting the city. Some of these Highways have already been completed while others are on the way to completion by the year 2022. Here are the four major bypass Highways in Nairobi City: Nairobi Northern Bypass Highway This is a 21 kilometres long Highway linking Limuru Road to Thika Super Highway in the
The Sh62 billion project, which was Unveiled in September 2016, could revolutionalise transport in Nairobi and ease traffic jams on Mombasa Road. The highway expansion project, which forms part of Kenya’s Vision 2030 development programme, is maintained by the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) through a public-private partnership (PPP). The Nairobi expressway project involves construction of an additional two lanes alongside the existing highway and rehabilitation of the current lanes.The 473km-long