The national highways authority has started installation of speed limits and signage along the Nairobi-Thika Superhighway in a bid to reduce accidents and promote safety of motorists and pedestrians on the busy highway.
Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) director- general Peter Mundinia, in a statement, said speeding on the highway has informed installation of the signage that will take four days.
Erection of speed limits and other directional signs will cover the section from the Museum Hill Interchange to Thika.
“The various signage replace previous ones either vandalised or knocked down by motorists. The new signage are part of our efforts to reduce accidents along the busy superhighway, and to promote safety of both motorists and pedestrians,” said Mr Mundinia on Sunday.
Motorists face fines of up to Sh10, 000 should they exceed speed limits.