Tatu City has finished building 50 kilometers of tarmac roads in the Special Economic Zone, which is a 5,000-acre area right outside Nairobi.
More than 75 businesses, as well as thousands of citizens and students, are served by the transportation system in Tatu City.
“The latest roads at Tatu City include the extension of the Tatu City 301 by 1.5 kilometre and the ongoing rollout of roads in the Kijani Ridge neighbourhood,” a statement from Rendeavour, the firm behind the development says.
The city is situated in the Ruiru Municipality region of Kiambu county, 20 kilometers north of Nairobi.
It is a flagship project of Kenya Vision 2030 and is located inside the broader Nairobi Metropolitan area.
Tatu City said in the statement that it rigorously assesses all of its roads using the International Roughness Index (IRI).
“An assessment conducted in cooperation with the Materials Testing and Research Division (MTRD) of the Ministry of Transport gave Tatu City roads high rankings for road quality and performance.”
The first commercial office and retail complex in Tatu City, Eneo at Tatu Central, will be finished in 2023.