- Murkomen announced that the CBD Nairobi Expressway exit will be completed in January and is expected to reduce traffic in the town centre
- Murkomen noted that the expressway has significantly reduced travel time from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to Nairobi, cutting it down from two hours to a mere 20 minutes
- He also noted that 200,000 subscribers have enrolled for the E-Ticketing system in 19 months and the road has carried 26 million vehicles, proving that there was indeed demand for it
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Roads and Transport Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen announced that the Nairobi Expressway exit into the Central Business District (CBD) will be completed by mid-January.
Murkomen made this declaration during an inspection of the ongoing construction of the new Nairobi Expressway Exit Plaza at Greenpark.
“Today, I inspected the ongoing work on a new Nairobi Expressway Exit Plaza at Greenpark that will have five toll lanes,” Murkomen tweeted on X.
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