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NMS commissions the Ngundu-Kamulu bridge

The project is set to significantly contribute to the economic growth of the area.

In Summary

•NMS has since maintained 88km of roads across Nairobi county and rehabilitated/ recarpeted 100km of roads, with 46km being in the CBD.

• NMS has undertaken a number of development projects that are set to significantly  contribute to the economic growth of the area.

Mohamed Badi commissioning the Ngundu-Kamulu bridge
Mohamed Badi commissioning the Ngundu-Kamulu bridge
Image: NMS

Director General Mohamed Badi officiated the commissioning of the Ngundu-Kamulu motorable bridge in  Kasarani sub-county on Wednesday.

The Motorable Bridge is an addition to roads and footpaths constructed by NMS in Kamulu.

Speaking during the event Badi said, that NMS has undertaken a number of development projects that are set to significantly contribute to the economic growth of the area.

Mohamed Badi during the event
Mohamed Badi during the event
Image: NMS

"The enhanced road network will facilitate residents with safe and unhindered access to public amenities including the newly constructed Ng'undu-Kamulu level 3 hospital which is also under NMS," Badi stated.

The construction of the project commenced on 21 January 2022.

Mohamed Badi as he flags off the motorists of the rehabilitated road
Mohamed Badi as he flags off the motorists of the rehabilitated road
Image: NMS
Construction workers and officials during the rehabilitation process.
Construction workers and officials during the rehabilitation process.
Image: NMS

The bridge, which is designed for both motorized and non-motorized traffic, is one of the 98 projects that were identified and initiated by the NMS Directorate of Roads, Transport and Public works.

NMS has since maintained 88km of roads across Nairobi county and rehabilitated/ recarpeted 100km of roads, with 46km being in the CBD.

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