Just hours after a fatal crash that saw one person dead on Njiru Bridge,Kenyans have since identified the mistake the government through Kenya National Highways Authority, KeNHA did at the bridge that is responsible for the many deaths witnessed on the bridge. According to the Kenyans,the bridge has no guard rails for more than 3 years.
A motorcycle rider has attracted mixed reactions from Kenyans after he was caught on camera risking his life and the life of other road users. According to Photos shared by Ma3Route,the rider has placed a very extended load on the fuel tank which has also occupied considerable sitting place making him not to sit in a very comfortable position to take full control of the motorbike.
Today evening, there was an accident Along Kangundo Road next to Kayole Junction after a speeding probox lost its breaks hitting a subaru Impreza which also lost control hitting a Motorcycle rider. This is according to a tweet shared by Ma3Route. "A xident along Kangundo Road next to Kayole Junction.
Residents of Rongai especially those using Sironik road are on their knees begging Kenya Urban Roads Authority,KURA to come rescue them from a very badly damaged road. According to a source familiar with the area,the road is now a pool of water even when it never rained yesterday.
Through Ma3Route,a Kenyan has shared his frustration after an aspiring member of Parliament in Roysambu Constituency,James Wanjohi, is alleged to have poured black cotton soil along TRM drive instead of murram in the name of fixing it. According to the information shared,this has made the road to be impassable and the current rain in Nairobi has even made it more worse.
"Ni Siku Mbili Sasa" Kenyans Raise Concerns Over The Dangerous Situation At Balozi, South B Ove This
Cables alleged to be belonging to Safaricom is creating nuisance at Balozi, South B after they fell down. According to a source familiar with the incident,the cables fell down two days ago and even destroyed two vehicles. There worry now is that it is two days and still the cables are lying on the road posing as a danger to people who use this route.
Kenyans have noticed a new problem with Nairobi Expressway regarding it's drainage system. According to a video shared by Ma3Route,the surrounding land on the Nairobi Expressway has poor drainage system and rain water do not flow,instead, the water accumulates in the middle of the road.
There was a heavy downpour in most parts of the city with in some parts the rain still falling. The rain lasted for several minutes if not hours with motorists complaining of visibility issues. The weatherman had earlier confirmed that most parts of Nairobi and Central province will be receiving heavy rains in the coming few weeks.
As we are approaching the year 2022, cases of accidents on our roads have been on the increase. Almost everyday cases of accidents are reported across the country.In most of them their are usually casualties. Some accidents happen thanks to the negligence of road users while others happen unintentionally.Today, a terrible accident has unfortunately taken place on the Kakamega-Kisumu Road whereby three students were hit by a vehicle.
Not all the times are the police known for the good reasons especially the traffic police officers who have been constantly accused of harassing motorists and soliciting for bribes. A traffic police officer based along Ngong Road has become a darling to Kenyans after he was spotted helping a maasai herder cross his cows over the busy highway.
Why Kenyans Are Not Happy With The Newly Opened Underpass Connecting Westlands To Thika Superhighway
Just few days after Kenya National Highways Authority opened the underpass connecting Westlands to Thika Superhighway,Kenyans think it is discriminative and only takes care of the motorists. Pedestrians and cyclists were not factored in during the design. "Dear @KeNHA Kenya,designing streets solely for automobiles is based on obsolete thinking and driven by archaic Engineering concepts.
A road accident has just happened some minutes ago along Outer Ring road involving a pedestrian and a speeding car. According to sources familiar with the incident,the man was knocked down while crossing at a very wrong place. The source further reveals that this has caused alot of traffic jam all the way to Mutindwa.
After completion of work on the Underpass after Kempinski,the road has now been opened for public use. The Underpass is a short cut connecting Westlands and Thika Road and can now be used by motorists to join the Thika Superhighway. "The Underpass after Kempinski connecting Westlands and Thika Road is open and can be used by motorists to join Think Highway."
Runda is the leafy suburb of Nairobi with business moguls, politicians, corporate leaders among other people with big names reside. Eastleigh on the other hand is the area in Nairobi known for businesses and which have high number of somalis. A Kenyan captured the states of the roads in these two areas them shared via Ma3Route Sparking Reactions from Kenyans.
Four traffic police officers were on Thursday morning captured on camera asking for Ksh20000 bribes from motorists in Ahero, Kisumu County. According to a twitter post shared by Ma3route Kenya, the four officers were captured locking people up and demanding for hefty bribes. A motorist who spoke to the press on condition of anonymity said the policemen at Ahero asked for Kshs20000 bribes before locking up all passengers onboard.
Kenyans have shown what unity is after defending their own and telling a man off who alleged that Nairobi Expressway which is currently under construction will serve no purpose. In a derogatory statement,the man alleged that Nairobi Expressway is looking uglier and uglier and even more with every passing day and that it will not serve the purpose for it's Construction and that traffic will remain to be the same.
Reactions As Kenyans Take Matter Into Their Own Hands, Erect Warning Signs At Deadly Ngong Road Spot
After deadly crashes witnessed over the past few weeks at the deadly spot along Ngong Road,Kenyans have now taken matter into their owns hands to erect warning signs to fellow motorists to warn them of this presumed death trap. Kenyans have raised alarm over this spot where a freeway suddenly changes into a U-TURN without clear warning sign.
Due to increased deaths of pedestrians on most busy highways of Nairobi,the government rolled out the developments of footbridges to help the city residents cross safely on busy Nairobi streets. However,some people are still risking their lives and instead of using footbridges,they are still crossing busy roads putting their lives at stake as was witnessed today around Mlolongo Footbridge on Mombasa Road.
More than 10 people have been reported dead after the vehicle they were traveling in was involved in a road accident. According to a post on their official twitter account, Ma3Route, an account that reports on various happenings across various roads in the country, noted that this accident took place along the Siakago-Gíkuyarí-Kirie road at the Thura Bridge.
"Terrible" Kenyans Pin Point Exactly The Most Dangerous Spot In Ngong Road Hours After A Fatal Crash
Cover photo:Section of Ngong Road Hours after a fatal crash was reported in along Ngong Road,there has been a surge in complains raised by Kenyans regarding the design of Ngong Road. Some Kenyan believe that the frequent accidents witnessed in this road is as a result of poor design.