Transport

Lamu Port (LAPSSET- Lamu Port Southern Sudan Ethiopia Transport Corridor Project)

  • Promoter: 
Kenya Ports Authority (KPA)
  • Estimated Investment: USD 664 million
  • Private Sector Participation: BOT
  • Location: Lamu

The project will see the construction of three additional berths and a draft of 18 metres to accommodate larger ships equivalent to 100,000 tons. The first three berths are under construction through the Government funding. The port will be linked to Ethiopia and South Sudan through a road network and a standard gauge railway line via Garissa, Isiolo, Maralal, Lodwar and Lokichogio.

Nairobi Commuter Rail

  • Promoter:
Kenya Railways Corporation
  • Estimated Investment: USD 68 million (private equity) and USD 70 million (private debt)
  • Private Sector Participation: Concession
  • Location: Nairobi

This project seeks a partner to run the commuter service of the Nairobi Commuter Rail and this will include provision of rolling stock. The Government has already invested in the restoration of the rails. The project will provide expanded, safe, affordable and efficient rail commuter services in Nairobi with the additional benefit of decongesting the capital city’s roads.

Railway Cities

  • Promoter: Kenya Railways Corporation
  • Estimated Investment: USD 2.1 billion
  • Private Sector Participation: Joint Venture
  • Location: Nairobi, Mombasa, and Kisumu

This initiative will redevelop existing rail stations into mini cities, which include business parks for light manufacturing, hotels, shopping arcades, restaurants and parking garages.

Thika Toll Road

  • Promoter:
 Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA)
  • Estimated Investment: USD 56 million
  • Private Sector Participation: Concession
  • Location: Nairobi – Thika Highway

The highway serves numerous large commercial and industrial enterprises and rapidly growing real estate zones. The 52 km long high capacity expressway is part of the International Trunk Road linking Kenya to Southern Africa through Tanzania and Northern Africa through Ethiopia. It connects high potential industrial and commercial areas in central parts of Kenya to the regional highway backbone (Northern Corridor), Kenya’s International Airport, and three (3) major city arterial roads. The highway will enable smooth dispersal of traffic within the greater Nairobi metropolitan area.

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Mombasa 2nd Container Terminal

  • Promoter:
 Kenya Ports Authority
  • Estimated Investment: USD 330.1 million
  • Private Sector Participation: PPP
  • Location: Mombasa

A new container terminal at the port of Mombasa – on an area of 100 hectares at the western side of the existing Kipevu Oil Terminal – is planned to create an additional capacity of 1.2 million TEU.

Multi-story Terminal at Likoni

  • Promoter: Kenya Ferry Services Limited
  • Estimated Investment: USD 31 million
  • Private Sector Participation: PPP
  • Location: Mombasa

Development of a multi-story terminal on 1.6 hectares in Mombasa to provide a modern ferry terminal, parking, bus terminal as well as a variety of commercial services to maximize revenue potential of the site.

UPCOMING PROJECTS

Project Promoter
PPP Structure for food courts at JKIA Kenya Airports Authority
O&M of JKIA Terminal 2(Greenfield Terminal)
Kenya Airports Authority
Kisumu Lake Port Kenya Ports Authority
Integrated Marine Transport System(IMTS) Kenya Ferry Services Limited
O&M of Nairobi Southern Bypass Kenya National Highways Authority
2nd Nyali Bridge Kenya National Highways Authority
O&M of Nairobi-Thika Road Kenya National Highways Authority
Dualing of Nairobi-Nakuru Road Kenya National Highways Authority
Dualing of Nairobi-Mombasa Highway Kenya National Highways Authority
Conversion of berths 11-14 into container terminals. Kenya Ports Authority

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