The Thika Interchange

Construction work on LOT3 is almost done after the completion of this interchange just a few months ago. The contractor ShengLI Engineering construction Company (SLECC) has transformed the landscape that has always identified the entrance to Thika township. Much of the old boring continues turn is still there but the addition of a similar one for the exit changes the whole scenery.

Landscaping has also being undertaken to improve o aesthetics. One good thing to note is that unlike other structures along this highway, it bears no shameless political graffiti and we just hope it shall remain like that (fingers crossed)

Have a look...

 

ENTRANCE: A Turn-Left Road marking you invites the motorists onto the interchange. No pedestrians could be seen walking aimlessly

ENTRANCE: A Turn-Left Road marking you invites the motorists onto the interchange. No pedestrians could be seen walking aimlessly

 

NAIROBI: Let not this sign mislead you. You can only turn left to Nairobi. Cant make a right turn due to oncoming traffic

NAIROBI: Let not this sign mislead you. You can only turn left to Nairobi. Cant make a right turn due to oncoming traffic

 

THIKA INTERCHANGE:

 

THIKA INTERCHANGE: Great view from here....but what happened to the cars?

THIKA INTERCHANGE: Great view from here....but what happened to the cars?

 

COMING UP IN THE NEXT POST...

 

WELCOME TO THE NEW WITHEITHIE HIGHWAY

Witheithie is a small township just off Thika Road, the last town before you get to Thika, approximately 10km from Thika. This name is translated in the Kikuyu language literally means you help yourself. Many motorists have had it rough when before this a

Witheithie is a small township just off Thika Road, the last town before you get to Thika, approximately 10km from Thika. This name is translated in the Kikuyu language literally means you help yourself. Many motorists have had it rough when before this a

WITEITHIE: Witheithie is a small township just off Thika Road, the last town before you get to Thika, approximately 10km from Thika. This name is translated in the Kikuyu language literally means you help yourself. Many motorists have had it rough when before this area was opened up. The road used to curve with huge escarpments and car jackings were rampant to the broken down vehicles. But all that has changed, well..has it? Find out this and many more in the next post.

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