17-10-2019 by redazione
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday officially inaugurated construction work on the Nairobi elevated road, a 27 kilometre project, almost 19 of which are citizens, linking Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to the Westland district (Waiyaki Way), with ten junctions along the way.
The elevated road, with two lanes for each direction of travel, will serve as a bypass and will be paid for, in this way the Government will repay the Chinese company "China Road and Bridge Corporation" that will be responsible for building it in the coming days on behalf of the Kenya National Highway Authority.
The road, according to the agreement, will be completed within two years and includes three tranches: it will rise near the Hotel Ole Sereni on the Mombasa Road and will pass over the city centre along the Uhuru Highway to the junction with James Gichuru Road, and will be completed within two years.
The first block of work will involve starting with the first 6.5 kilometres from JKIA to Likoni Road and the junction of the southern ring road.
The second 12km section will connect Likoni Road to James Gichuru Road at the junction on the Waiyaki Way in the Westlands, while the last section will run from James Gichuru Road to Rironi on the Nairobi-Nakuru motorway.
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