07-10-2019 by redazione
Malindi happily upside down over work in progress.
It operates on several fronts and with different financing on the roads and in the subsoil of the town.
While the company Equistar of Mombasa is proceeding with the resurfacing of the road of Casuarina (already finished the area Marino-Navy Park) and soon will begin the Coral Key area, excavations have begun Friday night at the roundabout to prepare a network of rainwater disposal and avoid flooding. The "Malindi Drainage System" has been financed by the World Bank with the contribution of the British High Commission. The works are carried out under the supervision of the engineer Kerongo of the Municipality.
These days there will be some inevitable discomfort for motorists arriving in Malindi: those who pass in a northerly direction, arriving from Mombasa-Malindi can choose to deviate on the road of Tsavo, or at the height of the former BP or in the paved road that goes to the Tawfiq Hospital.
For those who have to go downtown, however, from the roundabout there is the detour that leads to the market road that is supposed to be very busy these days.
In the opposite direction, for those arriving from Lamu-Mambrui, the mandatory detour is always at the crossroads between Kenyatta Road (after Milano Electronics) and the Tsavo road.
To go in the direction of Casuarina it is better to take the road of the seafront, although not yet repaired. Although its rebuilding is provided for in the funds already allocated by the County, being the most problematic part of those to be rebuilt, was held last. The works should all be completed by Christmas and the high tourist season.
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