Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wangamati launched the second phase of urban road upgrade. The project, estimated to cost Sh300 million, is being implemented in Bungoma and Kimilili municipalities.
In a report published by the Daily Nation, World Bank-funded initiative will see Wings-Wambiya-Bustani road upgraded to cabro standards.
Other roads include Khetia’s Wholesale-Diamond Trust-KRA-Simba Street, Earthlink-Adam’s Hardware, Mawingo-Simba Street and Bethsda-Bungoma High School-DEB Primary School.
Also scheduled for upgrade under this programme in Bungoma Municipality is Sunrise-Marell-Namuyemba road in Kanduyi.
In Kimilili Municipality, the Monday Market-Bus Park are slated for major renovations including doing a fresh roof, fitting lockable stalls and provision of storage for traders.
Governor Wangamati’s administration will also re-carpet the bus park, erect passenger sheds and building state-of-the-art and eco-friendly public toilets.