You will require ID, Logbook, KRA Pin and buy points to use the Nairobi expressway

Nairobi expressway photos and how to register
 

Drivers who intend to use the nearly finished Nairobi highway must register with the corporation that will operate it.



The road will be operated for 27 years by Moja Expressway, a subsidiary of China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), to recuperate the money invested in its construction through toll payments.



Motorists will require a copy of their logbook to register, according to a notification from Moja Expressway. They will also need a copy of your national identity card or other forms of identification.



The list of requirements was validated by Moja Expressway's Public Relations and Communication Manager, Jeanne May Ongiyo.

 

Nairobi expressway photos and how to register

 

"At the moment, we are just enrolling persons with whom we have worked, but we are not yet available to the general public." "These are the ones who will be given priority in testing the roadway," she explained.



She said that electronic toll collection (ETC), manual toll collection (MTC), and cash are the three payment options.



"At this time, we do not have a mobile phone payment option, but we will consider it in the future." There is no need to register if you are paying cash. Registration is only necessary for individuals who wish to install the OBU," she stated.



The reason for bringing a copy of one's logbook is for safety and to ensure that the vehicle matches the On-Board Unit (OBU).



A copy of the business's certificate of formation, company KRA PIN certificate, contact person's ID card, vehicle logbook, and a letter introducing the service's contact person will be required.

 

Nairobi expressway photos and how to register

 

Mlolongo, Standard Gauge Railway, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Eastern Bypass, Southern Bypass, Capital Centre, Haile Selassie Avenue, Museum Hill, Westlands, and James Gichuru Road are among the 11 interchanges on the dual carriageway.



To utilize the route, drivers will need a specific toll payment card. They must apply for it at the Nairobi Expressway Plaza on Mombasa Road, where a service centre is located.



They must complete a subscriber registration form, show a national ID or passport, and provide a copy of their vehicle's logbook, as well as pay a minimum of Sh1,000 (inclusive of VAT). 


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