Traffic Situation

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  1. Sam Harney says:

    Hi there,
    I am currently performing a dissertation for Edinburgh University on Nairobi’s traffic, specifically looking at the congestion side. I would greatly appreciate your help in obtaining up to date traffic data statistics. I have read the 2007 report you mentioned but require some more up to date information. Can you help in potentially allocating this information? Do you have anyone you can put me in contact with that may obtain this information? I am here for the next 6 weeks and would be happy to come in and collect/interview potential information.

    Many thanks for your help and I look forward to hearing from you soon,


    Sam Harney

  2. khamala zadock says:

    I’m also working on a similar topic in my master’s program at the university of Nairobi and we can link up through the above e-mail . Success.

  3. john Kidenda says:

    Hi, my name is John and I am currently writing a report on the traffic situation in Nairobi. I would really appreciate information on where you found the numbers you used in the graphs in the article above. Specifically the one about number of vehicles on Major roads in Nairobi. Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you!

    • LivinginNairobi says:

      The link to that report is inline in the post. The report is now dated, so you might want to check out a more current 2013 report by JICA, available from the Nairobi County Government website. I hope this helps.

  1. June 16, 2011

    […] driving on the left side of the road continues to keep me on guard as we weave our way through the extensive Nairobi traffic before and after work. Nairobi is notorious for its rush hour traffic. It should take 10 minutes to […]

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