Motorists using Narok-Mai Mahiu highway will Wednesday evening start using the Siayapei Bridge that was damaged on April 23 following heavy downpour.
“We expect the works to be complete by end of the day, and the road opened to traffic,” KeNHA said on Wednesday April 29.
The authority’s top management visited the section of the road to assess the situation.
“KeNHA Board Chairman Eng. Wangai Ndirangu, Board Members Eng. Carey Orege, Mr. Charles Gathogo and the Director General Eng. Peter Mundinia with senior management team conducted an inspection on the progress of rehabilitation works of the Siyiapei Bridge along the Narok – Mai Mahiu road that was damaged by the flood Water,” KeNHA said in a statement.