A fee will be charged to access to certain services at the newly-built Green Park terminus in Nairobi.
According to Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS),the fee will be levied on traders selling their wares at the terminal, use of ablution blocks as well as advertisement spaces at the terminus, among others.
He also said the fee will be used to sustain the Sh200 million terminal to be used as drop-off and pick-up point for matatus plying the Ngong and Lang’ata roads route.
The fee will involve maintaining a clean environment, fumigation and safety measures by a management team that will be tasked with managing the terminus.
“The park will operate a certain fee, a token fee, which enables its sustainability. It will translate to what activities will be within the park, what traders will sell, use of the ablution blocks, among others,” he said.
“If I put an ablution block to be completely free you are killing it. How will it be sustained? We have the toilets in the CBD where people pay and the money is used to keep the place clean and pay those who keep it clean,” Eng Ochieng said.
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