The construction of a one stop center at Isebania border between Kenya and Tanzania is scheduled for completion in August.
The Sh365 million project will house immigration and border regulation departments from the two countries in a single building to ease inspection and clearance of goods in a one stop venue.
"The project which was started in July is set to be handed over to the government in October this year and will clearly ease traffic of goods between the two countries by reducing the time taken for clearance," Mark Seko the site engineer for contractor for Vaghjiyani Enterprises said.
Seko said when finished the new building will hold police post, x-ray inspection for containers and dog kennels for sniffer dogs.
He said that they will also construct a warehouse, ticketing booth with immigration, revenue, customs and inspection department housed for both countries.
The project is also set to renovate the existing government buildings to be used by junior officers once they're relocated to the new building.
"Currently Isebania can only clear 20-30 vehicles at the border daily which will be changed tremendously with the new project to handle four times the number," a KRA official said.
The project is set make clearance run smoothly as currently goods from both countries are cleared twice by same officials which increase paper work and time taken for clearance which cause tracks to be packed at the border point for long.