Kenya's New Traffic Law Here To Stay


The High Court has rejected a bid to issue orders stopping the new traffic law in a case that was filed by Makadara and Embakasi legislators Mike Sonko and Ferdinand Waititu.

VIDEO: Kenyan Judge Throws Case On New Traffic Law Out

A case seeking to suspend the new traffic laws was thrown out of court with the judge stating that the laws went through the necessary procedures ... see more »

Photo: The Star

Public transport enters day five.

  • Kenya:  Court Rejects Bid to Stop New Traffic Rules

    The Star, 3 December 2012

    A court has declined to issue orders stopping the enforcement of the new traffic rules in a case filed by Makadara MP Mike Sonko and his Embakasi counterpart Ferdinard Waititu last ... read more »

  • Kenya:  New Traffic Law Good, Nanyuki Boda Boda Men Told

    The Star, 3 December 2012

    Boda boda operators in Nanyuki town have been urged to observe the new traffic rules for their own safety. Nanyuki mayor Isaac Mathenge said the law was enacted to curb road ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Kenya's Economy Bears the Cost of a Taxi Strike

    East African Business Week, 3 December 2012

    The Kenyan economy literally came to a standstill last week as Public Service Vehicle operators down their tools in a crippling strike to protest new traffic laws to be enforced by ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Minibus Strike Leaves Commuters Stranded

    The Star, 3 December 2012

    Commuters on various routes have been left stranded as some matatu operators continue to protest the new traffic rules. Fares have been hiked for those few matatus still in ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Police the Weakest Link in Traffic Law

    The Star, 3 December 2012

    On December 1, certain provisions of the Traffic Amendment Acts 37 and 38 of 2012 came into effect. read more »

  • Kenya:  Public Service Vehicle's Strike Controlled By Cartels

    The Star, 3 December 2012

    Matatu industry stakeholders are unable to control the ongoing nationwide matatu strike. Welfare association chairman Dickson Mbugua says the strike is being controlled by ... read more »

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