- The coastal city experienced floods on Friday with houses being submerged following El Nino rains.
- Roads were also rendered impassible after the floods wreaked havoc in Bamburi.
Normal cargo operations have resumed at the Port of Mombasa which had been halted on Saturday following heavy rains.
Kenya Railways on Monday in a statement announced that it had completed interventions between the Mariakani and Mombasa Terminus sections which had been affected by damage.
“Loading and unloading of cargo at the Port of Mombasa has also commenced, and we are now working round the clock to minimise any delays,” the statement reads.
Also, SGR passenger train services will continue as per schedule.
"With the repair work concluded, normalcy has been restored along the stretch, allowing all Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) trains to resume their scheduled operations, " reads the statement.
In addition, Kenya Railways has assured Kenyans that all security and safety precautions had been observed before the notice announcing the resumption of services.
On Saturday, Kenya Railways announced changes in operations of the Standard Guage Railway following floods, wash-aways and landslides experienced in Mombasa county.
They said there had been an unexpected delay in the evacuation of cargo from Mombasa and Nairobi and the delivery of cargo into the Port of Mombasa.
Further, it said that a section of the SGR corridor between Mombasa Terminus and Mariakani has experienced a landslide which has resulted in the closure of the section for all freight trains.
The coastal city experienced floods on Friday with houses being submerged following El Nino rains.
Roads were also rendered impassible after the floods wreaked havoc in Bamburi.
Businesses were also at a standstill.