|Photo Courtesy Of A Toll Station Erected Along The Nairobi Expressway| The Nairobi Expressway which is sketching between Mlolongo and Westlands is now at it's final stages of construction. The expressway is now estimated to be above 90% complete and as promised by President Uhuru Kenyatta, motorists will have started using the modern way by the end of the next two months.
Photo: courtesy A very clever man made proposals on the space below that will be left by the Nairobi Expressway upon it's completion. In his meticulous design, he proposed that the space below should be converted into a pedestrian and cyclist pathway dotted with flowers for eco-friendliness.
Photo: courtesy The Nairobi Expressway is quickly changing the Nairobi's landscape. The multi million project aimed at solving traffic problems within the city that costs the country millions of shillings every year is expected to be completed by March of this year. Photo courtesy: Nairobi Expressway
Photo/Courtesy Kenyans have sharply reacted after photos of the current state of the Nairobi Expressway emerges. In a statement released by Ma3Route through Facebook page, Toll stations on the Nairobi Expressway where drivers will pay between Kshs 100 and Kshs 1550 per distance traveled and the vehicle size are almost complete.
Photo courtesy:A section of Nairobi Expressway. As the Kenya's iconic highway is snaking it's way through the capital, Kenya's have spotted a very huge mistake on the Expressway that they believe could be very dangerous to both the motorists and pedestrians. According to sources familiar with the incident, a wall of the Expressway is leaking with water finding it's way into the road.
The construction of the Nairobi Expressway is ongoing under supervision of the Chinese construction company.The construction of the expressway have has brought of challenges to the city dwellers which include intense traffic congestions due narrow space that is left for travellers to give way for expansion.Kenyans have also been keenly following the construction and spotting some mistakes.
Roads connects different parts of the country. They help in promoting trade and other economic generating activities. There are many roads in Africa but the Kampala-Entebbe Expressway located in Uganda has caught the attention of many people. Kampala-Entebbe Expressway. The Expressway starts at EIA (Entebbe International Airport) and continues to Kampala, goes through Alright city, Kajjansi, Kabojja and end at Busega where it joins the Kampala Northern Bypass.
Below are most expensive roads we have in Kenya. 1. Nairobi-Mau Summit Toll Highway. The road is approximately 233 kilometers and a cost of Ksh 160 billion. The construction of this road commenced in September 2021and it's expected to to decrease congestion in Northern corridor.
The proposed upgrade of Gilgil Town to a municipality has been unanimously welcomed by residents and leaders as an anticipated gamechanger that would invigorate the areas economic growth. Following the endorsement during the three-day Public Participation, focus now shifts to Governor Lee Kinyanjui and the County Assembly whether they will approve elavation as proposed by majority residents.
Forget About Nairobi express way Being Expensive, Photos Of Highway In Kenya That Costed 160 Billions
There has been developments through out the country that has led to many activities in the country.Nairobi -Mau summit highway is one of the highway that costed a lot of money.It costed 160 billion shillings to complete it's construction that was 233 kilometres. Some of the motorists avoided using it because it was very along and they preferred shortcut roads that make them reach somewhere very fast.The Kenyan government has tried to expand various urban centres through construction of better infrastructural facilities.
Photo courtesy: Nairobi Expressway Any construction project must always come with it's advantage and disadvantages. This is also the case with Nairobi Expressway. The iconic project expected to be completed by March this year before being officially opened by the president is expected to reduce traffic congestion within the capital greatly.
Raila Odinga who is the leader of ODM political party today tweeted on his twitter page that The way we protected the Mau forest with others including the late William Ole Ntimama, is how we shall protect our nation's forest cover from known land predators and grabbers. This come after Raila Odinga had a very successful rally in Narok county today.
With March due date fast approaching,the contractor working on Kenya's most expensive road project, Nairobi Expressway is working round the clock to ensure that the completion date remains as was announced by the president. Information just reaching my desk indicate that a section of the Nairobi Expressway has been brought to snails pace with motorists forced to move in a snail space as the contractor Unleashes heavy beams for the Expressway.
The Nairobi Expressway, which is being constructed through a partnership between the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) and China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) at a total cost of 73.5 billion shillings, nears completion. The construction is under a public private partnership model.
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has declared that traffic will be interrupted on routes in Nairobi and along Mombasa Road owing to continuing construction on the Nairobi Expressway. KeNHA warned commuters, motorists, and other road users to expect snarl-ups and congestions in a public notice released on Friday, January 14.
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party pioneer Raila Odinga has pledged to settle the since quite a while ago challenged Mau land issues assuming that he secures the official seat come August this year. Odinga, while talking at Ololulunga in Narok County on Saturday, featured the difficulties which have since a long time ago put the occupants at lumberjack heads with the public authority including snatched land, deforestation and misappropriation of rates brought about from the Maasai Mara National Park.
Political tension has built up in the country as politicians continue hating each other. This is something that has established a huge gap in the society as politicians create a differences among them. Due to this, one's political failure has always been a source of happiness to the opponents.
The termination was announced on the 24th of December on grounds.The evalution process has been invalidated by the lapse of the statutory period.The construction key was expected to begin last September, but its likely to delay further. In the notification,the state agency said the delay. That it was occasioned by the dissenting opinions among the evaluation committee.
Picture Courtesy : Today's Newspapers headlines. The Daily Nation. Headline : Uhuru invites Azimio MPs to election talks. President Kenyatta is today set to host lawmakers supporting his Handshake deal with ODM party leader Raila Odinga at a State House meeting in which he is expected to give a direction on his succession.
The Senate has raised questions over the costs of the country's ambitious capital projects, alleging some have been exaggerated The Senate Speaker round table meeting which is being held in Naivasha to deliberate on the country's economic recovery strategy, heard that the country was losing billons of shillings every year due to inflated projects.