KeNHA Director General Peter Mundinia says Kenya National Highways Authority has begun erecting speed limit signs on Thika road,a busy interlink Highway in Kenya.
During the launch of the four-day exercise which started at the Museum Hill interchange in Nairobi, was aimed at making the road conform to the design standards of a superhighway.include installation of other directional signs.
The Director General cautioned against the akward tendency of some motorists, especially public service vehicle drivers, to disregard traffic rules and blocking outer lanes of the main carriageway to either pick or drop off passengers
“The other signs were either vandalized or hit by vehicles. The new ones are part of our efforts to reduce accidents on the busy road and to promote safety of motorists and pedestrians,” Mr Mundinia said.