On the 27-kilometer Nairobi Expressway, five-foot bridges will be built.
Many people who have been struggling to cross the heavily guarded and congested motorway will now feel better.
The Kenya National Highways Authority said that they are dedicated to enhancing pedestrian safety.
The administration claims that between Mlolongo and the Airtel/Southern Bypass Interchange and along the Westlands stretch between the Aga Khan School and the junction to Brookside Drive, it has planned the gradual construction of five more pedestrian footbridges.
As a result of the lack of these footbridges, several pedestrians who use the road carelessly have been injured or killed.
One of the most significant legacy initiatives completed by former President Uhuru Kenyatta was the highway, whose construction cost close to Sh100 billion.
After it was finished, it was anticipated that traffic on the congested route would flow more freely and that travel to and from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) would go more quickly.