Bus project could solve city's public transport hitch


A bus driver and his conductor take temperatures and sanitise their passengers at Kencom stage in this photo taken on May 11, 2021.

Photo credit: Jeff Angote | Nation Media Group

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City bus • Nairobi City County should introduce a bus project as part of its long-term plan to solve its public transport hitch, urges Jerry Kenyansa. An official of the Counties Commuter Welfare Association (Cocowa), Jerry adds: “It will help to decongest city, restore discipline in the commuter industry, stabilise fares and offer affirmative action to the vulnerable.” His contact is [email protected].


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