Tag: Nairobi Expressway
Moja Expressway, the company running the Nairobi Expressway, will not allow toll payments through mobile money, at least for now. According to media reports, in...
The mega-project, the capital's new centerpiece cutting through the city, has divided opinion. It is intended to help cut the time wasted in Nairobi's notorious traffic significantly.
Motorists driving saloon cars on the newly built Nairobi Expressway will pay between Ksh100 and Ksh310 depending on the distance traveled. According to a gazette...
The National Assembly’s Committee on Delegated Legislation is now vouching for the re-introduction of toll fees through the Public Finance Management (National Road Toll...
Construction on the 233-kilometre highway is already off-schedule, having originally been slated to begin in September 2021. The project is now set to experience further delays.
The contractor and the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) have found themselves on the receiving end of criticism for failing to put in place effective traffic management plans.
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