Flow of traffic to be disrupted, sections of Waiyaki Way to be closed until 2021

The Kenya National Highways Authority  (KeNHA) has informed the general public of there will be a disruption of normal flow of traffic on various roads.

The road sections that will be interfered with are Mombasa Road, Uhuru Highway and Waiyaki Way due to  the ongoing construction of the Nairobi Expressway (A8) road.

KeNHA released a statement on Saturday, 26th September 2020 stating the location of the road closure and the period of closure. Waiyaki Way will be closed from Goodman Tower to Sanlam Tower which is 500 meters. The road will be closed from 26th September to 1st April 2021.

KeNHA advices those that all vehicles from City Centre headed towards James Gichuru should turn left into the service road before St. Mark’s Footbridge and rejoin Waiyaki Way after Mvuli Road.

“Motorists are further requested to follow directions as shall be indicated on the road signage provided, and/or by traffic marshals on site,” said KeNHA Director General Eng. Peter Mundinia.

The statement further read, “We apologise for any inconvenience that may be caused as we endeavor to improve the existing infrastructure along this critical section of the Mombasa – Nairobi Highway (A8 Road).”

Pedestrians are also urged to use the designated pedestrian crossing in front of Park Inn Hotel.

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