In an effort to rejuvenate the town’s infrastructure, the county government has undertaken a significant project led by Molo Sub County Engineer, Lilian Muyela. Today marked a crucial step forward as she personally inspected the ongoing 22 million rehabilitation of Molo Bus Park.
This central hub serves as a vital point for vehicles commuting to Nakuru, Nairobi, and various other destinations. Anticipated to offer 36 parking spaces upon completion, the bus terminus is set to enhance Public Vehicle Services in the region.
Progress is evident at every turn, with the compaction of the sub-base nearing completion at an impressive 90%. The process of handpicking large aggregates for the foundation stones is underway, underscoring the dedication to quality construction. Drainage systems are being strategically implemented, and cabro works are in progress, promising a robust and resilient infrastructure.
Notably, the fabrication of shed covers has reached an impressive 70%, showcasing the careful planning and execution of this transformative project. Beyond bricks and mortar, this initiative has become a beacon of hope for the local community.
One of the project’s crowning achievements is the employment opportunities it has generated. Hundreds of youths are actively participating in the construction, not only contributing to the realization of the bus park but also experiencing firsthand the positive impact on their livelihoods. This infusion of jobs is expected to usher in a significant economic turnaround and progression for the people of Molo.
As Molo undergoes this metamorphosis, the rehabilitation of the bus park stands as a testament to the power of strategic infrastructure development. With each milestone achieved, Molo moves closer to a brighter, more prosperous future.