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The section will be re-opened on Monday, July 15, 2024. 

The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has announced traffic disruption in a section of the Thika Superhighway.

In a statement on Tuesday, July 9, KeNHA said the section of the highway at Juja High Point will be unavailable for use for five days.

The authority noted that the traffic disruption will start on Wednesday, July 10, 2024, and end on Monday, July 15, 2024.

“The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) wishes to notify the public that a section of Thika Superhighway (A2) at Juja High Point will experience traffic disruption on the inner lane of Thika bound traffic from Wednesday, July 10, 2024, to Monday, July 15, 2024,” read the statement in part.

KeNHA disclosed that the closure will allow the construction of the mid-span footbridge foundation at the section.

File image of the KeNHA logo. 

The authority urged motorists to follow a proposed plan for the affected area and cooperate with traffic marshals and police who will be at the site.

“KeNHA advises motorists to follow the proposed traffic management plan below and cooperate with the police and traffic marshals on site,” KeNHA added.

This comes days after KeNHA closed a section of Mombasa Road between Salama and Sultan Hamud for 8 days to allow for highway maintenance works.

The section was closed on Sunday, June 23, and re-opened on Monday, July 1.