Ksh16bn contract awarded to ease traffic flow in Nairobi

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
14 July 2016

A Ksh16.4bn contract has been awarded by the Kenyan government to build a six-lane highway to cut congestion in the capital Nairobi.

The upgrade to the 25km section of the A8 highway between James Gichuru Road and Rironi will involve widening it to 10.5m with “non motorised transport lanes” running on either side.

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