Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) will conduct another trial run for the Public Service Vehicles at the Green Park Terminus from Wednesday.
This comes after three failed test runs which saw the government postpone its commissioning.
Green Park terminus is among the other six termini projects by NMS to reduce congestion by the PSVs in the Central Business District.
The test will be conducted in two phases, the first will target PSVs at the railway station and the second will focus on those using Lang’ata and Ngong roads.
NMS Director General Major General Mohammed Badi said the Railway station terminus will not be in use tomorrow.
The NMS boss further directed that all vehicles using the Railways bus terminus from Mombasa road to join Lusaka road at Nyayo stadium roundabout to Jogoo road roundabout, Landhis road to Hakati terminus.
Vehicles using Lang’ata and Ngong road, on Thursday, will be allowed to drop and pick up passengers at the Green Park, and from any other place other than the railway terminus.
The directives follow a meeting held last week between NMS and transport stakeholders in the city, which is part of the final preparations for the commissioning of the terminal.
According to the NMS director the commissioning was set to take place in December but it was postponed due to a delay in the completion of the terminus.
The test will be run to Sunday 26th June 2022.