Thika superhighway set for new sign boards
The Kenya National Highways Authority has announced plans to instal new signs on the Thika superhighway.
Director-General Peter Mundinia said this would begin at the Museum Hill interchange to Thika and was designed to conform to the design standards of the superhighway.
The new signs will replace previous ones that have either been vandalised or knocked down by motorists.
Mr Mundinia said the new signs were meant to reduce accidents along the busy highway.