Why PSVs will not be allowed in town tomorrow

This comes amidst plans to decongest the city

“The Nairobi county government will from tomorrow (Monday) only allow 2 PSV vehicles per sacco into the CBD with each vehicle only be granted five minutes in the allocated slots to drop and pick passengers,” read a tweet from Ma3Route.

This comes amidst plans by the Nairobi County Government to have Nairobi city decongested together with the regeneration team constituted by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

“To decongest the city, the regeneration team is in the process of laying down the foundation for a Bus Rapid Transit system. We are happy to announce that the bus specification has been finalized and procurement of 50 No. high capacity buses has been initiated. Further, Stakeholders have been mapped for engagement and the route mapping completed,” said Sonko.

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