The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) is set to conduct its final test run at the Green Park terminus tomorrow, 22nd June, 2022.
Following this, the terminus will be open to vehicles from Rongai, Kiserian, Ngong, Karen, Langata, Nairobi West/Madaraka, Kibra, Kawangware, Dagoretti/Satellite, Highrise/Ngumo and Kikuyu.
In a statement, NMS Director General Major General Mohammed Badi said all vehicles operating at Railways bus terminus from Langata and Ngong roads will move to Green Park.
He added that the Railways bus terminus will not be in use as from tomorrow, Wednesday the 22nd of June.
Vehicles using Railways bus terminus from Mombasa road will join Lusaka road at Nyayo stadium roundabout to Jogoo road roundabout, Landhis road to Hakati terminus.
On Thursday, June 23rd, 2022 all Public Service Vehicles (PSVs) using Ngong road, Langata and Argwings Kodhek will pick and drop passengers at Green Park. They will also be allowed to pick passengers from any other place other than Railways.
The test will continue until Sunday 26th June, 2022 pending further communication. Meanwhile, all PSVs from East lands that operate to Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH), with valid licenses and a 42 -plus capacity will operate to KNH via Haile Selassie Avenue.
Kenyatta Avenue and City Hall way will not be open to PSVs.