Nairobi's CBD get's pedestrian and cyclist friendly as new facelift takes shape

The Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) is set for a new look as the newly-created Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) moves to institute altering reforms to street use.

Residents visiting the CBD may have in recent weeks may have noticed changes to the city’s landscape as on-street parking spots disappear- to be replaced by pedestrian walkways and cycling lanes.

The plan will see a significant reduction in the number of motor vehicles inside the CBD as the capital administrators seek to better accommodate the influx of pedestrians.

Affected motorists who relied on street parking are now to be accommodated in a plan to develop silo and sunken car parks.


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