A very disturbing video has emerged of the dangerous spot along the newly opened Nairobi Expressway on Waiyaki Way at the popular Safaricom Stage. Photo Courtesy; Image from the scene. In a video that was shared by a reliable source of information via ma3route, shows the eminent danger that is only waiting to happen.
A new photo of the notorious Syokimau Biridge has been shared by a reliable source of information via ma3route today sparking reactions from Kenyans. Concerned Kenyans have raised eyebrows concerning the safety at the Biridge in regards to its design and a new problem that has been spotted on the section of the busy Mombasa Road.
The Chinese Contractor, China Roads And Bridges Corporation was awarded a contract worth 9 Billion for refurbishing the old Mombasa Road in the latest move announced by the ministry of Roads. Photo Courtesy;Image from the scene. The work on the Nairobi Expressway is not yet also not completely done even though the road has been opened for trials for the public.
The government through Kenya National Highways Authority, KeNHA has been put on the spot after what happened yesterday to 3 cars according to reports from reliable sources of information via ma3route. Kenyans have been left talking after what was reported to have happened at Imara Daima area near Total Station.
Nairobi Expressway is expected to be opened for public use officially by His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday 14th May 2022. This is after close to 2 years of work by China Roads And Bridges Corporation, CRBC under close supervision by Kenya National Highways Authority, KeNHA.
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has called on pedestrians along Waiyaki Way to use the footbridge at Aga Khan Secondary School. KeNHA regretted an online video showing pupils from Muguga Green Primary school dangerously crossing the 8 lane Highway. The section of the road was expanded into 8 lanes from ABC place as one joins the Expressway.
Nairobi Expressway will see a cross-section of members of the public sampling the utility as investors mull when to start recouping billions gobbled up by the project. “As the contractor nears completion, and in preparation for the eventual opening of the road to the public, there will be guided trials to test the operation of the system that has been installed,” state agency, Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) said in a statement.
Kenyans have been left talking after two incidents were captured on camera and shared via reliable sources of information via ma3route. In the first instance, a Kenyan has questioned the direction of the Expressway water drainage emanating from the pipes above and directed below the road. The concerned Kenyan wanted Kenya National Highways Authority, KeNHA to explain where the water will be directed to.
One of the Uhuru's government achievements is the construction of the Nairobi Expressway.During the construction of the expressway,Kenyans were very keen and could be able to identify some of the problems and mistakes that were being done by the contractor. photo courtesy Just recently,Kenyans spotted a very big problem on the expressway in concern with the drainage system which was not properly fixed.According to the report that was earlier on displayed the drainage system was badly channeled and was directing water towards the middle of the lower lane of the expressway.
An unknown number of people are trapped inside the rubble of a building that collapsed in Ruiru, Kiambu County. The building collapsed on Wednesday morning, May 18, trapping tenants who were occupying one end of the premises. First responders from the Kiambu Fire Department reported to the scene of the accident and mounted rescue operations.
Photo Courtesy: Late President Mwai Kibaki Hearse making its way to Othaya. Today will mark the final day of the former president and the third president of the Republic of Kenya, the late Stanley Mwai Kibaki. Burial programme is currently ongoing in Othaya where dignitaries, politicians and Kenyans have gathered to bid goodbye to the president who is regarded as the Kenya's economic leader and the architect of the many infrastructural projects in the country.
Senior Counsel Ahmenasir Abdullahi has suffered a huge blow as he is set to cough out Shs. 750,000 to President Uhuru Kenyatta's administration following High Court ruling today. The money was paid to Abdullahi to cater for the repairs and replacement of a windscreen of his luxurious Bentley that was destroyed as he drove on a key highway three years ago.
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has issued a traffic advisory to motorists heading to Nairobi due to the ongoing burial service of the late former President Mwai Kibaki in Othaya, Nyeri County. According to a statement dated Saturday, April 30, KeNHA has warned of a likely heavy traffic after the burial ceremony.
Photo Courtesy The government through the Kenya National Highways Authority and Kenya Police Service has issued a warning against motorists who will be using the newly built Nairobi Expressway. The authority banned motorists from alighting and taking photos while using the expressway.They stated that the ban is as a result of safety reasons and to avoid creating a traffic jam on the road to fasten the movement.Pedestrians, skaters, wheelbarrows,bicycles, handcarts and three wheeled vehicles will not be allowed on the road.
Image: Courtesy. During this festive season, the Motorists have been urged to exercise strict caution on the roads in order to save lives. This comes with the fact that most parts of the country Currently receive heavy rainfall, causing floods across several roads and bridges in the country.
Based on the recent weather updates given by the Kenya Meteorological Department (KMD) warning Kenyans to brace for more periods of rainfall, it's more likely that several parts of the country shall receive isolated storms in the next one week. This has seen various roads countrywide to overflow with waters hindering the normal transport services.
The Nakuru-Nairobi Highway was, on Friday evening, closed after an oil tanker spilled fuel on the road following an accident. The Kenya National Highways Authority (KENHA) said that the accident occurred at Kikopey after the oil tanker lost control and overturned, spilling the oil on the road.
Kenyans will now be required to pay more to use the newly constructed Nairobi Expressway. The government on Friday gazetted new toll rates for motorists who will use the Chinese-built partially elevated highway that runs from Mlolongo to Westlands. This is after Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia announced new toll charges from KSh310 to KSh360 in the new gazette notice for motorists with saloon cars to use the expressway from Mlolongo to Westlands. Moreover, the cost of using the road from the SGR
According to KeNHA, the allocated contractor has not yet completed work on the drainage systems, but the matter will be remedied as soon as possible. After public uproar, the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has agreed to improve the poor status of drainage systems along the Nairobi Expressway.
As preparations for the funeral of former President Mwai Kibaki ramp up, Othaya town in Nyeri County is undergoing a makeover. To collaborate with the central regional security committee, top military troops have been deployed to the town. The former president's funeral will be conducted on Saturday at the Othaya Approved School grounds, around five kilometers from his residence.