Public service vehicles (PSVs) in Nairobi are from Saturday
24, September, expected to pay more for parking in the Central Business
District (CBD) as COVID-19 relief ends.
This comes just a month ago when matatus resumed carrying
passengers at full capacity.
“Notice is hereby given to all Public Service Vehicles
Stakeholders in Public Service transport
are warning that commuter charges will have to rise after the government
increased the price of fuel.
Matatu Owners Association chair Simon Kimutai while speaking to Metropol TV revealed that they have no option but to pass the burden to commuters.
Cabinet Secretary for Health Mutahi Kagwe urged Public Transport Services(PSV) operators to reduce the number of passengers they ferry on a daily basis to help in the fight against coronavirus.
Kagwe challenged the PSV operators to take up the initiative as one of the measures which