- From PSVs and commercial vehicles to personal cars no one was spared from the traffic.
- BRT is expected to ease traffic jams in the city.
Heavy traffic was on Monday morning witnessed along the Thika Super Highway as motorists headed to various destinations.
As early as 7 am motorists were stuck in traffic which was slow but moving.
From Public Service Vehicles and commercial vehicles to personal cars no one was spared from the traffic.
The stalled Thika Road Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project is set for a comeback following renewed government commitment to revive works on site.
In August last year, a Chinese company that was building the BRT corridor vacated the site after the government failed to allocate money for the project.
However, Roads and Transport Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen, announced plans are underway to settle money issues with the contractor to allow for the resumption of work.
The completion date for the project has been rescheduled to December 2024.
BRT is expected to ease traffic jams in the city.