- Governor Johnson Sakaja said deal to have an exit into Nairobi Expressway from Nairobi CBD was agreed in meeting with Transport Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen
- The city county and national government have also agreed to align road infrastructure development projects through Nairobi Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (NAMATA)
- Sakaja deputises Murkomen in NAMATA and projects set to be aligned include Waiyaki Way, Expressway, Westlands stage and informal settlements
Nairobi motorists using the Expressway will soon be able to have an exit point from the Central Business District.
Nairobi Expressway exit to CBD soon coming
This is after Governor Johnson Sakaja, Transport Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen and other stakeholders held a detailed meeting.
City residents had decried the lack of an exit or entry point to the fast lanes from the Nairobi CBD saying it was limiting them from using the road.
In a tweet capturing the developments of the meeting that brought on board other infrastructure development stakeholders, Sakaja said they had agreed with Murkomen to align road and infrastructure projects.
“Agreed on alignment of Road and infrastructure projects with my brother CS Kipchumba Murkomen. Together with my team and the national government team. These include Waiyaki Way/Expressway works,…
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