The T-Mall flyover along Lang’ata Road has been opened for public. The flyover that cost Sh. 3 billion has been under construction for the past two years.
It was built by Spanish engineering company Centunion, which began construction of the four-lane flyover in November 2020. It is meant to reduce traffic along the busy road that has been a headache to many motorists due to the traffic snarl up around the area.
The T-Mall Flyover project was undertaken by Spanish construction fir Cebtunion. “This Project is being implemented under the EPC/Turnkey Contract framework and was signed between KeNHA and the Contractor, M/s CENTUNION Espanola de Coordinacion Tecnica Y Financiera, S.A of Spain at Contract Sum of EUR 23,250,000,” the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) said in 2020 at the start of the project.
The flyover will now allow motorists headed to Ongata Rongai and Magadi to drive over an elevated road to the Shell Petrol Station next to the Wilson Airport.
Vehicles headed to Mbagathi Road, South C and Wilson Airport will use the underpass, a move that is intended to end traffic jams along the busy Lang’ata Road.
The project was constructed in seven phases to minimize flow of traffic along the roads.