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Government asleep as road carnage piles up

EDITORIAL

The increased number of road accidents could easily be blamed on the police, but the problem is bigger. We have a Transport Ministry that has failed dismally to provide policy direction on public service vehicles.

Government asleep as road carnage piles up

By - | 8 years ago

Transport Ministry: Mwakwere speaks out 13/01/10

Transport Ministry: Mwakwere speaks out 13/01/10

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| 11 years ago

Speed up switch to spot fines for traffic offences

Just last year, Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta proposed changes to law that would see minor traffic offences attract spot fines. The City Council of Nairobi echoed the move in an advertisement announcing a proposed bylaw to enable instant ticketing. Police have even begun issuing traffic bonds by the roadside for those destined to court.

| 11 years ago

Traders, transporters decry mobile weighbridge variations

The transporters also query variance in weight measures by the mobile units and the fixed weighbridges

Titus Too | 3 months ago

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