07-05-2017 by redazione
Another two years to see the tarmac road from Malindi to the doors of Tsavo National Park.
It will not be ready for 2018 as expected at first, the road that for now has 12 km of asphalt on the 110 planned.
It will take another 24 months to complete the entire project, which is part of a total of 102 billion shillings for three road projects on the coast and inland.
Kenya's Minister of Infrastructure John Mosonik said yesterday that he said that the work of Lamu-Garsen would be sent in a shipment.
Certainly the road to Lamu (119km), in correspondence with the construction of the new port in the archipelago, will be the project to finish first, then comes Malindi-Tsavo and finally the last stretch of Taita-Taveta, which will connect With the road to reach Arusha in Tanzania.
Among the secondary projects announced by the Government and starting after the national elections, there are also the adjustment of the Hola-Garissa and the 35 km asphalting from the village of Sabaki, within Mambrui, to Marafa, A tourist known for the "Devil's Kitchens", but also on the director of Baricho, the village where water supply resides throughout the region.
Despite the political crisis and the wait for elections. bis, the government does not stop and continues its plans to upgrade the roads along the coast.
Last Monday, the Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructure John Mosonik attended
Progress for the tarmac of the road that leads to the entrance hall from Malindi Gate of Tsavo East National Park.
After the stretch from Malindi to the village of Ganda they have been leveled and are now in very good...
The internal road from Mambrui to Marafa will soon be paved. Marafa is the large village famous for Hell's Kitchen, canyon that has always been a tourist attraction for its colors and the contrast with the African nature.
The road from Malindi to the Tsavo Est National Park, better known as the Tsavo Road, is...
The project was announced yesterday by Kenya's Minister of Transport James Macharia, who after signing the agreement with colleagues from South Sudan and Ethiopia, contracted two different
The justification is always the same: the old tree was sick and long-suffering, and it was necessary to break it down.
Certainly, cement-coated is also easier than suffering, in any case progress is also being made by these position cues.
"We'll tarmac 4,000 kilometers of roads in the County of Kilifi in the next four years."
The statement came last weekend by the Minister of Transport Kenyan James Macharia, during his visit to Malindi to control the progress of work on...