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Section of busy Nairobi road to be closed for two weeks, alternative routes provided

By Fay Ngina | March 12th 2020 at 11:08:39 GMT +0300

Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) on Thursday announced that Kingara Road/Ngong Road Junction will be closed from March 16 to March 28.

Through their social media handle, KURA said that the road will be closed to allow the improvement of Ngong Road Phase II.

Motorists who intend to use the road were also advised to use alternative routes provided by KURA.

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“Motorists are advised to use alternative routes as indicated in the sketch map above and as directed by traffic marshals. We apologize for the inconvenience that may be caused as we endeavor to provide efficient urban network,” said KURA.

Still on road closure, a section of Langata road will be closed on March 14 to pave way for the Run for the Bibless (RFTB) 2020 Marathon.

“Traffic will be affected in Mai Mahiu Road, Muhoho Avenue, Kiganjo Avenue and part of Mombasa Road from the South C Flyover.”

"RFTB2020 Run is scheduled for 14th March 2020. It shall be a 10KM Run and 4KM walk," read the notice.

Motorists planning to access Langata roads on the set date were advised to use the Southern-bypass to avoid inconveniences. 

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