27-09-2017 by redazione
Malindi's "paving" continues, in order to streamline the traffic that with the development of the town increases day by day.
The laying works have been completed in these days and the entire stretch from the airport road (Malindi-Mombasa, from the roundabout onwards) leading to the Tawfiq clinic and the local handicraft market.
The road has three forks, all of which are now covered by blocks that have now replaced the bitumen (luckily) in the urban pathways of the Kenyan towns.
Therefore, in addition to being able to reach more easily the popular hospital and tourist attraction of the "wood factory", you can quickly cut off from Malindi-Mombasa and reach the other asphalt road, the road to Tsavo. Here, always without encountering dirt, you can turn around the Majengo district where another flooring can take you right behind the Barclays bank's shopping mall.
Another road, on the other hand, before reaching the Tsavo Road, leads to the carpentry shops, where many trucks often pass (giving the dirt road even less practicable) and from here to the abattoir.
In future, the plans to rebuild the pavement will also include laying the blocks on the other side of the road that joins the two asphalt roads, so as to create a functional quadrilateral and eliminate the longstanding problems of holes, impracticability during the rains and the "wild"road network.
A step forward for the functionality of Malindi, since "progress" is inevitable in this sense.
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