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The proposed Greater Eastern Bypass (GEB) is one of the milestones that will enable the government to
reach its 2030 goal.The proposed bypass links two main roads and one highway, i.e. the Mombasa Nairobi highway, the Kangundo-Nairobi road and the Thika- Garissa road.
The proposed GEB is approximately 77 kilometers long and is located within Machakos, Nairobi and
Kiambu Counties. The proposed project road starts approximately 1.3 km from Lukenya Junction
(A109/D519) which is at a short distance to the south east of A104/109 junction near Athi River town.
The proposed road then progresses eastwards and intersects C98 at Ngundu/Kamulu and thereafter
northwards to the Nairobi river turn-off, where it branches, with the West bound limb connecting the
existing Eastern Bypass road at Nairobi River Turnoff. The continuing limb of the proposed road
progresses in a northerly direction to Munyu area, through Juja area and then turns and progresses in a
north-easterly direction before joining A3 road near Kilimambogo