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Construction of Green Park Terminus in Nairobi, Kenya 98% complete

Construction of the Green Park Terminus in Nairobi, Kenya is currently 98% complete, with only final touches currently ongoing. President Uhuru Kenyatta recently inspected the Terminus which is being constructed by the Nairobi Metropolitan Services with the aim of decongesting the Central Business District.

Green Park is among six other bus termini that are currently being constructed by NMS that will officially be pick up and drop off points once matatus are barred from the CBD. Once complete, Green Park will host Matatus plying Ngong road route.

Green Park terminus
The Green Park terminus has seen its completion date pushed forward severally. In December last year, NMS Director General Major General Mohamed Badi said that the terminus would be ready by end of December last year adding that design issues and consultation with stakeholders had delayed its completion.
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However, this did not materialize. Instead, Badi announced in late January 2021 that the terminus will now be ready in February 2021 when it will be officially opened for use by the transport stakeholders. This is yet to materialize as we approach the end of March 2021.

Also Read: Kenya to construct US $6m bus terminus in Nyeri County

Workshop Road terminus

At the same time, NMS Director of Transport and Public Works Engineer Michael Ochieng said that they had started construction works at the Workshop Road terminus that is located between Workshop next to Neno Evangelism Centre and Bunyala roads with the works set to be complete within a month.

He pointed out that the terminus will be in two parts, with the first part next to Haile Selassie and the other one along Bunyala Road where people can also cross using the footbridge into the CBD.

The terminus will accommodate matatus using Mombasa Road – South B, South C, Industrial Area, Imara Daima, Athi River, Kitengela and Machakos.

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Dennis Ayemba
Country/ Features Editor, Kenya

1 COMMENT

  1. This is wow and I hope it continues to serve our children too so that we continue picking them up from this route ☺️☺️

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