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Kenya Highways and Roads

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Gentlemen , I'm a crazy fanatic of Smooth, Beautiful, Well built Highways and Roads. :):) I love drive and not just driving , But Driving fast.
Niko Tayari. Pima uta ona ( Jaribu uta ona)

If there is one already, please delete.
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lets try it out on i35 kwanza
Gentlemen , I'm a crazy fanatic of Smooth, Beautiful, Well built Highways and Roads. :):) I love drive and not just driving , But Driving fast.
Niko Tayari. Pima uta ona ( Jaribu uta ona)

If there is one already, please delete.
No, I35 is heavy with cowboy police. I love the California, I-8, I-5, I-805.
lets try it out on i35 kwanza
Maybe we can start with Mombasa road (Highway A109).

Btw. There is a new dual carriageway in Naivasha which is accessible from the new flyover turnoff around Delamere from the main Nairobi-Nakuru highway. I didnt get the pics unfortunately since I hadn't carried my camera with me on that day.:bash:
^^ Sweet one.:cheers:

Is the Nairobi-Mombasa Highway, a 6 lanes all the way?
How many kms of national Highways in the entire country?
I wish it was. The 6 lane highway ends around the JKIA airport and it becomes a four lane highway after that. In Kenya most highways are single carriage roads with cars going in either direction. As you approach major cities, the highways become dual carriageways to accomodate the higher number of vehicles. Though its believed that in the near future we may have a dual carriage highway between Nairobi and Mombasa.(This road badly needs one IMO).

I hope one day we will see a motorway system in Kenya but for now, our efforts are on rehabilitating our roads since they had fallen into a very sorry state of disrepair. At times driving on these new roads is almost unbelievable considering how our roads were a few years ago. :cheers:

Total roads infrastructure stands at 177,765km. Interurban road network stands at 63,265km. Principal highways are 8933km. Though these stats keep changing. I dont think I have seen as much road construction in Kenya before compared to what has been happening in the last few years.
^^ Sweet one.:cheers:

Is the Nairobi-Mombasa Highway, a 6 lanes all the way?
How many kms of national Highways in the entire country?
I wish it was. The 6 lane highway ends around the JKIA airport and it becomes a four lane highway after that. In Kenya most highways are single carriage roads with cars going in either direction. As you approach major cities, the highways become dual carriageways to accomodate the higher number of vehicles. Though its believed that in the near future we may have a dual carriage highway between Nairobi and Mombasa.(This road badly needs one IMO).

I hope one day we will see a motorway system in Kenya but for now, our efforts are on rehabilitating our roads since they had fallen into a very sorry state of disrepair. At times driving on these new roads is almost unbelievable considering how our roads were a few years ago. :cheers:

Total roads infrastructure stands at 177,765km. Interurban road network stands at 63,265km. Principal highways are 8933km.
^^ Sweet one.:cheers:

Is the Nairobi-Mombasa Highway, a 6 lanes all the way?
How many kms of national Highways in the entire country?
Good, 4 lanes is way better than just 2 lanes. But i understand why they did it 4 lanes. If traffic increases then they will add 2 more lanes, that's what the US does. But great that it's 4 lanes.






Do you by any chance have a Map of the Highways?
I wish it was. The 6 lane highway ends around the JKIA airport and it becomes a four lane highway after that. In Kenya most highways are single carriage roads with cars going in either direction. As you approach major cities, the highways become dual carriageways to accomodate the higher number of vehicles. Though its believed that in the near future we may have a dual carriage highway between Nairobi and Mombasa.(This road badly needs one IMO).

I hope one day we will see a motorway system in Kenya but for now, our efforts are on rehabilitating our roads since they had fallen into a very sorry state of disrepair. At times driving on these new roads is almost unbelievable considering how our roads were a few years ago. :cheers:

Total roads infrastructure stands at 177,765km. Interurban road network stands at 63,265km. Principal highways are 8933km.
Sasa nyiye bantu amu wezi ku tia ma picha zingine za mabalabala ao ni je?

Muna ngoya tu Kenguy afanye kai yote.:eek:hno::eek:hno:

Mwanamwiwa, uko wapi?
Pole Pole ndio mwendo

Sasa nyiye bantu amu wezi ku tia ma picha zingine za mabalabala ao ni je?

Muna ngoya tu Kenguy afanye kai yote.:eek:hno::eek:hno:

Mwanamwiwa, uko wapi?
Apana niye si pendake Pole pole. This is about things that already exist, so why Slow?

I really hate slow.
Pole Pole ndio mwendo
ok let me cool you down just a bit with some not so great pictures before kenguy posts more of his amazing pictures.
Apana niye si pendake Pole pole. This is about things that already exist, so why Slow?

I really hate slow.
mt longonot and a very good looking highway


^^this a dual carriage highway

this highway looks sweet too

^^this is a dual carriage too. i think if you look closely you will see the other side of the highway





this is one is pretty nice


one side of the mombasa highway before it was renovated(driving away from the city) with the airport interchange

towards the airport

Highway (A2), Central Province.



thanx kenguy
^^ That wan't hard, was it? How can you huys ignore what makes your country better?
I'm expecting more of that.


I want to drive from Nairobi to Mombasa on that road witha beautiful girl.:cheers::):banana:

In a fast car with beers in the car, then you have Elengi ya vie.
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