CBD matatu ban to start on Monday

  • PublishedNovember 30, 2018

Starting 3 December, matatus will no longer be allowed into the Nairobi city centre.

This comes after City Hall published a notice designating 11 pick and drop off termini for matatus.

“The operators are required to take note that the above changes take effect as from December 3, 2018 and all previous gazette notices/letter allocating any other place as picking and dropping areas within CBD are hereby revoked and become null and void as from December 3, 2018,” read the notice signed by acting County Secretary Pauline Kahiga.

The new termini breakdown

All routes accessing the CBD through Thika Road, Waiyaki Way, Uhuru Highway, Kipande Road, Limuru Road, Ruiru and Kiambu Road will pick and drop passengers at Fig Tree in Ngara.

All vehicles that go past Ruiru but branch off before or at Kenol Town on Nyeri/Meru-Nairobi Road will stop at Desai Service Road Terminus.

All upcountry vehicles accessing Nairobi via Waiyaki Way and those that that go past Kenol on Nyeri/Meru-Nairobi Road

Matatus using Juja Road, Ring Road Ngara and Park Road will operate from Ngara Road Terminus

Matatu’s plying Mombasa and Langata Road will operate from Hakati terminus

The high capacity buses from upcountry will stop at Machakos Terminus.

PSVs from Jogoo Road will stop at Muthurwa while those from Ngong Road will park at Railways Terminus.

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