Drivers utilizing the freshly opened Eastern Bypass have been urged to rigorously follow all traffic regulations.
Despite the fact that the road is still being built, the Kenya Urban Roads Authority warned drivers against driving on the opposite side of the road.
According to the government, drivers can be guided as they travel the whole road corridor by U-turns and road markers.
The bulk of collisions along the bypass, according to the Silas Kinoti-led road agency, were caused by drivers who were traveling on the wrong side of the road rather than making advantage of the available U-turns.
Kura is working to provide Enhanced Urban Mobility, and once it is finished, it will add footbridges, street lights, and road markings. However, until then, drivers are requested to comply.