Thika Super highway stalled footbridge nears completion

Kenya National Highways Authority (KEHNA) embarked on construction of pedestrian crossing bridges alone Thika super highway with construction works almost complete at Jomoko and Withethie.


The two footbridges are already in use. The bridges are user friendly to the general public with lighting, painting and standardized space to serve large numbers at any given time.


The formally stalled footbridge at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies intended to serve Mathare and Drive-inn residents and many employees working within the area is also well on course to completion.

Photoby: Messhack Makau


The nicely done footbridges are expected to ease traffic flow and reduce the number of accidents on the Thika super highway once completed.

Photoby: Messhack Makau
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