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Kenya Airports to permanently close JKIA road

Kenya Airports has announced the permanent closure of the road at the south end of JKIA from 10th September 2019.

The road that runs parallel to the railway will be closed by Kenya Airports as it is no longer in use at the moment.

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“We wish to notify the public that the private earth road currently running parallel to the railway line at the south most end of JKIA will be closed from 10th September 2019.”

In circularization on social media, they say the private road was opened for use following a request by Kenya Railways during the construction of SGR.

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Now that the construction is complete, they find no need to have it open anymore.

Thursday last week KAA informed its esteemed customers their plan to construct additional entry and exit lanes at JKIA.

The construction is aimed at improving the customer experience at the airport and ease congestion and queues at toll stations.

“In an effort to improve passenger experience at JKIA, KAA wishes to inform the public that from 7th September 2019 it will be commencing on the construction of additional entry and exit lanes at JKIA”

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During the process scheduled to begin on 7th, passengers have been assured of minimal disruption.

“This will ease congestion & eliminate long queues at the toll stations. Measures are in place to ensure minimal disruption during the construction period.

We appeal to all Airport users to bear with us as we strive to enhance the customer experience in and out of JKIA.”

Berryl Achieng
Berryl Achieng
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