The Njomoko footbridge is now open to the public, allowing residents to and from the MPESA academy a safe haven to cross Thika Superhighway.
The footbridge is hoisted a few metres from the Vicentian Prayer Centre, one of the busiest outlets of the Superhighway.
The state authority urged residents to cross the busy highway through the provided infrastructure, adding that rubble strips and zebra crossing would be eliminated.
This, in turn, will ease the traffic build-up that is associated with the pedestrian crossing points.
Works on other footbridges by the PBC contractor along Thika road as ongoing, with the one at Kenya School of Monetary Studies set to be complete by May 2020.