The road is part of the government’s new plan for the abandoned Nairobi Urban Toll Road project which will now be constructed as a publicly funded road.
The Star newspaper recently quoted Roads permanent secretary Engineer Michael Kamau as saying that new plans are still being prepared and will be submitted to the World Bank board for funding application when complete.
“We are now at the preparation stage…We want to do a flyover from St James Hospital all the way to James Gichuru. So we have extended it from Westlands to James Gichuru and from Nyayo Stadium Roundabout to St. James,” said Mr Kamau.
Mr Kamau added that funding agreements for the Nairobi southern bypass road amounting to Sh14billion will be signed with the Chinese government soon.
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