The Kenya Urban Road Authority has signed two deals under the public-private partnership worth 16.2 billion shillings for construction 80 kilometres of road under the road annuity.
Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia is urging the private sector to tap opportunities under the Road Annuity Program.
Through the roads annuity programme, the Government had planned to build 10,000 kilometres of roads over a three-year period.
However, budgetary constraints are among challenges that slowed the ambitious program.
The infrastructure programme has received a shot in the arm after the Kenya Urban Road Authority signed two public-private partnership deals with a consortium of Lee Construction Limited worth 16.2 billion shillings for the construction 80 kilometres of roads in central and western Kenya.
Transport and Infrastructure Cabinet Secretary James Macharia is challenging the private sector to tap opportunities under the roads annuity roads programme.
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