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Nairobi is planning a car-free day program to ease traffic congestion

Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, is the second most congested city in the world. To reduce congestion, Nairobi County has proposed car-free Wednesdays and Saturdays in two of the busiest parts of the city. ... read more

Kenya: BRT System Must Be Friendly to Persons With Disabilities, Says MP Ghati

Nairobi — Nominated MP Dennitah Ghati has urged the government to consider the needs of persons living with disabilities when purchasing vehicles for the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system meant to ease ... read more

Car-free days plan sparks fear of chaos, muggings and losses

Nairobi traffic ... planning working hours. Dagane told the Star that if the city would have people coming to work in the CBD at a different time of the day, then the congestion would also ease. Tom ... read more

IBM Team Finds Innovative Use of Technology Could Ease Nairobi's Traffic Jams

Despite impressive investments in building road networks, inefficiencies within the city's transport sector cost Nairobi an estimated Sh50 million per day, negating ... to a decrease in traffic ... read more

Experts fault Nairobi decongestion by locking out PSVs

A Ministry of Transport engineer said solutions to the traffic ... plan to decongest Nairobi by barring matatus from entering the CBD is faulty, experts say. While keeping streets clear, the directive ... read more

Car-free day

To reduce congestion, Nairobi County has proposed car-free Wednesdays and Saturdays in two of the busiest parts of the city. With private cars off the road, the plan is to include more buses, a light ... read more

Employers lobby, LSK fault Nairobi car-free days order

Nairobi residents will be expected to use public service vehicles every Wednesday and Saturday of the week to access the central business district (CBD) following a new government directive to have ... read more

Feature: China-built dual carriage way ends traffic gridlock in Nairobi's poorer suburbs

"Having been an entrepreneur for the last ten years, I can say without fear of contradiction that traffic congestion along Outer ... It is part of a long-term master plan to revolutionize road ... read more

Nairobi mulls car-free days

According to a 2017 Traffic Index report by Serbia-based website numbeo.com, Nairobi residents spend on average 62.44 minutes stuck in traffic every day. A 2007 report ... Esipisu touched on the same ... read more

The Kheel-Komanoff Plan: A congestion toll to liberate New York

Enough revenue to finance an average 60 percent cut in transit fares; A 15 percent-or-greater improvement in traffic speeds in gridlocked Manhattan; Yogi Berra made real: greater usage of less-crowded ... read more

State to expand CBD roads to reduce traffic congestion - PS

The government has confirmed plans to adopt modern traffic ... ease of movement and achieve the affordable housing program objectives,” he said. He was speaking during the Institute for Transportation ... read more

Nairobi City and Its Insufferable Traffic Jams

In 2012, former president Mwai Kibaki inaugurated Thika Road, an eight-lane superhighway meant to ease the relentless traffic congestion that had come to define the route, but six years later, ... read more
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