The transformation of the capital's public transport system will include improvement of the existing road infrastructure along with the planned roll-out of commuter trains.
Here Are the City Roads to Be Upgraded in U.S.$11,7 Million Project
Nairobi News, 28 December 2018
At least 600 kilometres of roads in Nairobi City County will be rehabilitated and upgraded in 2019 in a programme expected to cost over Sh1.2 billion. Read more »
Public transport in Nairobi is set for a major makeover.
Nairobi Set for Train Service in Fresh Plan
Nation, 28 December 2018
Public transport in Nairobi is set for a major makeover with the planned roll-out of commuter trains in the next few months. Read more »
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President Uhuru Kenyatta surprised passengers in a Mombasa-bound Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway train with an up-close experience which delighted many of the travellers. see more »
Hugs, Smiles and Selfies as Kenyatta Takes Surprise Train Ride
Nairobi News, 24 December 2018
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday morning surprised passengers in the Mombasa-bound SGR train for a meet and greet experience that excited many of the onboard travellers. Read more »
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The report by the National Transport and Safety Authority has named Waiyaki Way, Outering Road and the busy Thika Superhighway as notorious for road accident deaths. Read more »
The government is reportedly downplaying reports that more than 500 container freight stations workers and drivers in Mombasa have been rendered jobless due to increase in the ... Read more »
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