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Nairobi Expressway: PSVs to be Allowed Back After 10-Month Ban

After a 10-month ban due to an accident, Public Service Vehicles (PSVs) may soon be allowed back on the Nairobi expressway, according to Transport Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen.

The ban, which was put in place by former Transport and Infrastructure Cabinet Secretary James Macharia, prohibited PSVs carrying more than seven passengers from using the road.

Murkomen stated that the ministry is currently reviewing the ban and considering allowing PSVs back on the expressway.

Additionally, Murkomen announced that the government is constructing an exit from the expressway into the Central Business District (CBD), which will be built at the new Green Park terminus and take eight months to complete.

Murkomen also provided statistics on the number of vehicles using the expressway, revealing that a total of 12,491,402 vehicles have used the road since its inception.

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