Nairobi City County launch Muratina Street

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    The Nairobi City Council, European Union and Kenya Urban Roads Authority successfully launched Muratina Street.

    The new road which now link Thika road and General Waruingi Street was one of many under the Nairobi Eastern Missing Link Project.

    “This project at Muratina Street that we Commissioned today demonstrates my determination to promote safe and attractive Non-Motorised Transport as a means of reducing reliance on cars for short to medium distance trips,” Sonko stated.

    He went on to emphasize the need for young students to be to walk or cycle to school safely.

    “After we implement the Bus Rapid Transit and introduce commuter rail services, passengers and commuters should be able to access bus and railway stations safely by foot or by cycling,” he added.

    Earlier today Nairobi City County in collaboration with European Union and Kenya Urban Roads Authority officially launched Muratina Street one of the roads under the Nairobi Eastern Missing Link Project. The road links Thika road and General Waruingi Street.This project at Muratina Street that we Commissioned today, funded by the EU, includes bicycle lanes and demonstrates my determination to promote safe and attractive Non-Motorised Transport as a means of reducing reliance on cars for short to medium distance trips.Young students should be able to walk or cycle to school safely. Many people should also be able to walk or cycle to work. After we implement the Bus Rapid Transit and introduce commuter rail services, passengers and commuters should be able to access bus and railway stations safely by foot or by cycling.#WorldCitiesDay

    Posted by Mike Sonko. on Wednesday, October 31, 2018

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