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KeNHA cite fault along Naivasha-Mai Mahiu road following tremors

Motorists have been warned by the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) of a fault at the Naivasha-Mai Mahiu highway caused by the Sunday tremors.

“Following the earth tremors experienced in several parts ofthe country, KeNHA advises that a fault has been cited along the Naivasha-MaiMahiu road at Fay Amario, about 8 km from Naivasha, Mai Mahiu bound.” SaidKeNHA.

Engineers are on site to monitor any resultant damages on the road surface with the police officers present to make sure traffic flows smoothly.

Also read: Construction of the Dual Salgaa road begins

Private vehicle operators have been advised to use the mainKamandura-Limuru-Kinungi-Naivasha highway while heavy commercial vehicles urgedto exercise caution and to flow traffic flow.

Motorists have however been advised to follow lane discipline and avoid overlapping that can result in traffic flow disruption.

KeNHA cite fault along Naivasha-Mai Mahiu road following tremors
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