All vehicles to be locked out of Nairobi's CBD

The move will affect thousands of Nairobians accessing the City Centre.

The move comes after the Nairobi County gazetted changes to the termini and various routes heading into the city.

The new changes are set to be effected from next week, Wednesday, September 20.

Streets to be affected include the busy Tom Mboya, Ronald Ngala streets and Moi Avenue.

The Nairobi government said it will enforce the PSVs ban with the help of police and the National Transport and Safety Authority.

Below is the Public Notice of the operationalisation of the order.

Matatus accessing the CBD through Waiyaki Way, Uhuru Highway, Kipande and Limuru roads will stop at Muranga Road Fig tree terminus A.

All those accessing the CBD from Thika Superhighway, including Kiambu Road up to Ruiru, will stop at Fig tree terminus B.

For PSVs going past Ruiru but branching off before or at Kenol town on Nyeri/Meru-Nairobi road, the Desai road terminus is where they will stop.

The notice further indicates that all vehicles going past Kenol on Nyeri/Meru-Nairobi road and all upcountry buses on Uhuru Highway will be held at Park Road terminus.

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