Nairobi ROAD CLOSED! Alternative Routes to use.

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Quick Sale 10.8 Acres Land For Sale 3 Km Tarmac Mombasa RoadAlternative Routes to Use as City Road Closes for 2 Days
By HARMON ELLEN Of Kenyans Online Courtesy on 14 June 2019 – 7:52 pm

Lusaka road in Nairobi
The Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) on Friday issued a notice of the temporary closure of Lusaka road and enterprise roads at the DT Dobie roundabout.

According to the authority, the move was as a result of the ongoing construction works at the mentioned roundabouts to improve the drainage issues and reduce frequent flooding at the junction between the two roads.





The roundabouts shall be closed and the lanes reduced to one single lane on one side effective as from Saturday, June 15 am to Sunday, June 16th 

However, the authority went ahead to outline alternative routes that motorists could use in the course of the two-day closure.

Lusaka road in Nairobi
Nyayo stadium bound traffic on the left side from the city stadium shall take a right turn and navigate the roundabout on the right side and rejoin the left carriageway and proceed ahead.

 

Enterprise road-bound traffic on the left side from the city stadium shall proceed as normal and take the first exit off the roundabout and proceed as normal taking precaution since the lane width has been reduced to a single lane.K

DT Dobie bound traffic from the left side from the city stadium shall take a right turn and navigate the roundabout on [NUDES]Who Leaked ‘Socialites’ Actress’ Nude Pictures? right side and exit towards DT Dobie. 

Nyayo stadium-bound traffic on the left from Enterprise road shall take the first exit on the left and proceed as normal taking caution of the merging traffic from city stadium heading in the same direction.




A continuation of the alternative routes as recommended by Kenya Urban Authority Roads


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