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Isuzu East Africa launch BRT buses(photos)

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Isuzu East Africa has launched the long awaited high capacity buses that will be plying the Nairobi Roads.

The buses are said to be of a capacity of 60 to 100 passengers and will be traveling at 60 kilometers per hour.

In addition to that, they have spaces that will see other passengers stand therefore accommodating more people within the city.

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Speaking during the launch, Isuzu East Africa managing director Rita Kavashe said that the buses will not only offer quality transport services but they will also offer employment and enable operators easily access credit facilities.

The high capacity buses project saw major roads within Nairobi be painted with a BRT sign which will only be used by the buses in order to ease congestion within the city.

Private car owners will now face tough competition as the buses will offer affordable transport that will in turn shade light on private car owners and the cost of fuel.

In addition to that, the buses will not only be affordable but will also decongest the city during peak hours when many city dwellers are heading to their homes.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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