Kenyan President Assents to Traffic Bill

President Mwai Kibaki has signed into law Traffic Acts amendments aimed at dealing with offenses that account for 25 percent of accidents in the country.
  • Kenya:  President Kibaki Assents to Traffic Law

    Capital FM, 2 November 2012

    President Mwai Kibaki on Thursday signed into law amendments to the Traffic Act that are geared towards dealing with traffic offenses which account for 25 percent of accidents in ... read more »

President Mwai Kibaki assents to Traffic Bill to curb road carnage

  • Kenya:  Pedestrians to Blame for High Road Accidents

    The Star, 28 October 2012

    Pedestrians are the main law breakers of the Highway Code according to matatu welfare association. Chairman Dickson Mbugua says although matatu's account to a huge number of ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Carnage Blamed On Substance Use

    The Star, 20 October 2012

    MAJORITY of Kenyans do not take personal responsibility for their safety on the road, a new poll on road safety has revealed. read more »

  • Kenya:  Poll Shows Little Regard for Road Safety in the Country

    Capital FM, 19 October 2012

    A new opinion poll indicates that a majority of Kenyans do not take personal responsibility for road safety and recommends a behavioural change communication strategy. read more »

  • Kenya:  Athi Traffic Court Helps Enforce Axle Load Law

    The Star, 5 October 2012

    THE establishment of a traffic court at Athi Riverhas made truckers adhere to the recommended axle load. A manager at the Mlolongo weighbridge yesterday said truck drivers have ... read more »