• The section of the road from ABC place was expanded into 8 lanes as one joins the Expressway.
• This is despite a foot bridge being just a few meters away outside Safaricom House and Agakhan High School.
The Highways Authority has called on pedestrians along Waiyaki Way to use the footbridge at Aga Khan Secondary School.
KeNHA regretted an online video showing pupils from Muguga Green Primary school dangerously crossing the 8 lane highway.
This is despite a foot bridge being just a few meters away outside Safaricom House and Aga khan High School.
A senior manager at KeNHA said its wrong for pedestrians to endanger their lives yet there is a footbridge.
"There is a footbridge 500 meters from the crossing but it appears the students are reverting to the older format where there were marshals controlling the traffic," the manager who requested anonymity said.
The section of the road from ABC place was expanded into 8 lanes as one joins the Expressway.
However, very few pedestrians use the foot bridge to cross the wide road and most have been seen jumping over guard rails.
“A joint visit is arranged with NTSA for sensitization to the school and pedestrians. A safety audit is also under way to improve user experience," the official said.
"We will have marshals to guide to a safe crossing,” the manager said.