On March 9, Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja announced that his administration had partnered with the Ministry of Transport to carry out various road works along the Nairobi Expressway, which would include creating an exit to the CBD at Green Park Terminus.
The Governor confirmed that consultations were still ongoing, and road agencies would meet with city MPs to discuss the projects further.
The initiative aimed to provide quality roads and a seamless transport network in Nairobi.
Additionally, the administration planned to undertake the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project with NaMATA, deploying electric buses.
The projects included the rehabilitation and upgrading of Waiyaki Way, among others, although no details regarding timelines and costs were given.
This announcement came days after the Governor had approved the construction of the Nairobi Expressway exits at Green Park Terminus and Uhuru Park, a move that would ease the limitations experienced by motorists who wished to enter town using the project.