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[PHOTOS] Pedestrians crossing Outering Road despite NTSA warnings

Some of the pedestrians however, prefer to use the footbridges.

In Summary

•The Star on Tuesday established that oblivious of the danger they expose their lives to, it seems like a normal thing to majority of the pedestrians.

•Some of the pedestrians however, prefer to use the footbridges.

Pedestrians along Outering road cross roads inappropriately oblivious of the dangers they expose themselves to as the NTSA warns of such behaviors which lead to road carnage. January 4, 2021.
Pedestrians along Outering road cross roads inappropriately oblivious of the dangers they expose themselves to as the NTSA warns of such behaviors which lead to road carnage. January 4, 2021.
Image: CHARLENE MALWA 

Pedestrians continue to cross Outering Road without using the erected footbridges along the busy road.

The Star on Tuesday established that oblivious of the danger they expose their lives to, it seems like a normal thing to the majority of the pedestrians.

This also happens despite several warnings from the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA), cautioning against the same.

Some of the pedestrians, however, prefer to use the footbridges.

Pedestrians along Outering road cross roads inappropriately oblivious of the dangers they expose themselves to as the NTSA warns of such behaviors which lead to road carnage. January 4, 2021.
Pedestrians along Outering road cross roads inappropriately oblivious of the dangers they expose themselves to as the NTSA warns of such behaviors which lead to road carnage. January 4, 2021.
Image: CHARLENE MALWA 

A recent report by the NTSA ranked Outering Road and Thika Superhighway as the most dangerous roads in Nairobi.

The report said Outering Road recorded 37 accidents from January to October 31, 2021, followed by Thika SuperHighway with 34.

Waiyaki Way and Mombasa Road also recorded 31 and 29 accidents respectively.

Government Spokesperson, Cyrus Oguna on Tuesday announced that 4,579 Kenyans lost their lives to road accidents in 2021.

Pedestrians along Outering road cross roads inappropriately oblivious of the dangers they expose themselves to as the NTSA warns of such behaviors which lead to road carnage. January 4, 2021.
Pedestrians along Outering road cross roads inappropriately oblivious of the dangers they expose themselves to as the NTSA warns of such behaviors which lead to road carnage. January 4, 2021.
Image: CHARLENE MALWA 
Pedestrians along Outering road cross roads inappropriately oblivious of the dangers they expose themselves to as the NTSA warns of such behaviors which lead to road carnage. January 4, 2021.
Pedestrians along Outering road cross roads inappropriately oblivious of the dangers they expose themselves to as the NTSA warns of such behaviors which lead to road carnage. January 4, 2021.
Image: CHARLENE MALWA 
Pedestrians along Outering road cross roads inappropriately oblivious of the dangers they expose themselves to as the NTSA warns of such behaviors which lead to road carnage. January 4, 2021.
Pedestrians along Outering road cross roads inappropriately oblivious of the dangers they expose themselves to as the NTSA warns of such behaviors which lead to road carnage. January 4, 2021.
Image: CHARLENE MALWA