On Tuesday, Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi announced a significant step forward in the Nairobi Railway City Project, following a productive meeting with British High Commissioner to Kenya, Neil Wigan. 

Speaking after hosting British High Commissioner to Kenya Neil Wigan at his Railways Headquarters offices, Mudavadi said the project will significantly enhance urban mobility in the Nairobi Metropolitan area.

“We discussed the modalities for expediting the Nairobi Railway City Project, a flagship Green Investment project showcasing the robust development cooperation between Kenya and the UK,” Mudavadi said on X.

The Nairobi Railway City is an iconic multi-modal urban development situated within 425 acres between Haile Sellasie Avenue, Uhuru Highway, Landhies Road and Bunyala Road. 

Last year, the government released the master plan of the proposed Nairobi Railway City, which seeks to expand and decongest the Central Business District.