• His Excellency The President Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President H.E William Ruto and the Principal Secretary for Infrastructure Eng. John Mosonik (Left) being showcased the design layout of the Interchanges by the Kenya National Highways Authority Director General Eng. Peter Mundinia (Centre) and the General Manager Special Projects Eng. David Muchilwa (right) during the official launch of the construction of three (3) interchanges along A8 Road at Nyahururu Turnoff, Njoro Turnoff and Mau Summit Junctions. The three (3) interchanges have been jointly funded by the World Bank Group and Government of Kenya at a contract sum of Ksh2.7 billion. The interchanges will ease flow of traffic in the respective areas and play a key role in facilitating faster movement of goods and enhance road user safety
  • A section of the newly constructed Marsabit- Turbi (A2) road. The project was jointly funded by African Development Bank (AfDB) and Government of Kenya at a cost of Ksh.13 billion. It is part of the Isiolo - Moyale road which joins Kenya and Ethiopia to form the Great Trans- African Highway network which runs from from Cape Town in South Africa to Cairo in Egypt. The reconstruction of the 550km Isiolo- Moyale road is being undertaken in four phases namely; Isiolo-Merille River, 136 km (completed), Merille River- Marsabit, 121km (ongoing), Marsabit Turbi, 122km (completed) and Turbi- Moyale, 132km (ongoing)
  • An artistic impression of Miritini interchanges along Miritini to Kipevu Link Road which is under construction. The interchange is part of the works under package 1 of Mombasa Port Area Road Development Project (Dongo Kundu Bypass) financed by Government of Japan - Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
  • A side-view of an overpass under construction at Webuye town. This is one of the interchanges that are being constructed along the Webuye - Kitale road under Kenya Transport Sector Support Project (KTSSP). The project is jointly funded by World Bank and and Government of Kenya at a cost of Ksh.5.4 billion. The interchanges are aimed at enhancing traffic flow along the corridor
  • A section of the Mau Summit –Kericho –Kisumu Road that was rehabilitated under the Northern Corridor Transport Improvement Project (NCTIP) under financing of World Bank and Government of Kenya. The section of the road forms part of the Northern Corridor of Trans-African Highway, joining the Port of Mombasa with the Western part of Kenya through Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.


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