The Ksh. 30 billion Maumau Road set to kick off to transverse 4 counties

The construction of the Ksh. 30 billion Maumau road is set to start next month.
The 540km road will traverse Kiambu, Murang’a, Nyeri and Nyandarua through the Aberdares Belt and adjacent areas, with a link road to Njabini and to Naivasha and another link road from Kimende to Mai Mahiu. 
The construction of these roads will take approximately three years to complete. 
The road will be in several sections which will begin with lot 1A in Kiambu county where the road will start at Gataka, along the Kiambu-Limuru road, heading north through Gitiha-Iria-in-Kagaa-Matimbei to Kamahindi with the entire road project measuring about 105km. 
Lot 1B is still in Kiambu county and this section forms part of the larger road network along the Aberdare forest which is a major tea growing zones.  
The project starts at Kamahindu along Githunguri, Kimende, Gatamaiyu, Nduriri, Kagungo, Nyanduma, Wangui, Mundoro, Gaitete, Gacharage, Kuri, Kamunyka, Raini, Kariminu, Mataara and ends at Gatakaini. The entire project road is approximately 112km. 
Lot 2 of the road construction will be in Muranga County where the project will start at Mairi through Kinyona, Mununga, Ichichi, Thuthu, Wanjere, Kagongo, Mioro, Kiamuturi and ends at Kairo. 
Lot 3 of the road will be in Nyeri County where the road passes through Kairo, Ngaru, Kabebero, Kihome, Kirangi, Munyange, Gituiga, Ihithe, Wndumbi, Gatumbero, Kigogo, Ini-Huhoni, Gaithuri, Gathathini, Sunset, Chania/Kambi, Miagayuini, Kahigaini, Njoguini, Ihururu, Nyarugumu, Kihuyo and ends at Njengo.  
The total road sections are 109km. 
Gatakaini–Njabini road will make a direct link between Murang’a and Nyandarua counties while the Naivasha–Njabini road will improve the link between Nakuru and Nyandarua counties. 
Important market centres including Naivasha, Njabini, Kinyona, and Gatura will be well interconnected with tarmac roads.
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